Wednesday, February 23, 2011

An Etsy Gem

I stumbled upon this Etsy store via Kirsten. What a gem I have found!

The shop is called "giardino" and sells many different things. But my favorite are her hand blocked fabrics:











My favorite favorite is this thistle fabric:



I think I need it in my home, yup!

14 comments:

  1. I think my favourite is the peacock feather one! Amazing!

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  2. These are beautiful fabrics - thanks for sharing. I love Etsy! I am going to experiment with some hand painted fabrics soon (just bought some fabric paints and some inexpensive raw silk to try it out as pillows first). I so love French Script type pillows and fabrics.

    Glad to find your blog!

    www.studioofdecorativearts.blogspot.com

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  3. Wow! Thanks so much for featuring me!
    What a great way to round out the week:)
    Now, off to read your blog...

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  4. I have a block-print fabric addiction. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Oh my gosh these block prints are absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for introducing me to this shop. Have you seen the new collection of hand blocked quilts at West Elm? I blogged about it here http://thirdfloordesignstudio.blogspot.com/2011/02/block-prints-from-rajasthan.html. I'm dieing to get some of these fabrics in my home!!

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  6. Beautiful! I especially love the leopard print pillows, and the neopolitan faux bois pillow before it. Great find - adding Giardino to my favourite sellers list!

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  7. My favorite is the peacock print! Thanks for sharing this Etsy site!

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  8. Beautiful! Don't you just love etsy! You can find the best stuff on there!

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  9. I love the peacock print. I'm going to check out her shop, she's new to me!

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  10. Beautiful! Love the trois faux bois.

    jbhat

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  11. The pineapple print reminds me a lot of Colonial designs. When the pineapple was rare and costly and sometimes the (rented) centerpiece of gala parties. Yeah, merchants used to rent out fresh pineapples to ladies so that they could put them on pedestals. They'd be rented out for a few parties. Then the REALLY rich folks would actually buy them to eat! The folks who rented them had to settle for dried or candied preserved pineapple.

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  12. her stuff is gorgeous! i love the tea towels, especially

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  13. I think you just gave me another reason to go shopping!

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  14. recycledconsignanddesignMarch 27, 2011 at 6:50 PM

    Oh the blocked fabric one is amazing!

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