Original art, For the Roses, by Catherine Peddel


Handmade, original textile art using old household linen which I have dyed and printed. Each piece has been carefully selected, cut into shape and then machine stitched in place.


My father was a professional gardener and loved the old fashioned roses. One of his favourite and mine, is a thornless variety Zephirine Drouhin. Here is my version of the flowers. Hand dyed fabric, with a screen printed fabric background. The roses and leaves have been machine stitched in place using a multi-coloured thread.

For illustrative purposes I have shown the art displayed in a black frame. This is not included in the price.

You will receive the work mounted on white acid free card with a white front mount.

The art work measures 12x12cm and suggested frame size is 23cm x 23cm.

The photographs show the work mounted on white acid free card with a white front mount. This is what you will receive.

For posting, the work is wrapped in cellophane, packed between two pieces of card, bubble wrapped and posted in a padded envelope, to arrive safely, ready to go in the frame of your choice.

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  • Store Name: Catherine Peddel
  • Seller: Catherine Peddel
  • I love creating textile art which has special significance to me and my past. I first embarked on this medium some years ago when I gave my sister a special housewarming present. I dyed old linen sheets that belonged to our Grandmother and inspiration for the piece came from our father’s garden. I loved making this and the ideas have continued and evolved. I use a variety of printing techniques to create the background. Following this the fabric is then carefully selected and cut into the shapes I create usually from nature. Using multi-coloured threads, these are machine stitched into place. I now exhibit and sell my work in a number of UK galleries
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