Thursday, 18 August 2011

Garden Apothecary Continued

So on to Julys' Quilt...

This time looking at Sea Holly and it's properties.

Once again I strongly recommend you do your own research
into its' edible and medicinal properties.

Each of the four pieces have been constructed in the same way, using
disperse dyed fabrics along with mono printed and screen printed fabrics.

I chose Sea Holly as it has been growing in my garden for many years. 
I particularly like the way it's spiky  architectural qualities 
contrast strongly with the soft colour of the leaves and flowers.

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