Printing pictures on textile is something totally different from printing conventional patterns on textile. Compared to paper, textile is flexible and "alive" as a material. For example, did you know that cotton-cloth becomes longer after a period of humid weather? This is the reason why it is very difficult to print with exactitude and in accordance with the microscopic point-system of which the pictures are constructed. This point-system is called "CMYK-separation" and the name indicates that the picture is made up of very, very small points in only four colours: cyan (blue), magenta (red), yellow and black. This means that, although Lena's patterns sparkle with colours, we only use four screens when we print her four-colour patterns.
Lena Linderholm's pattern THE TULIP-PRINCESS is printed in this four-colour technique. This is a quite new pattern for the children's room.
Surely, Lena has composed this pattern with her grand-daughter in mind and, of course, there is a bit of real spangles on the skirt and the princess crown.
- Little girls do love spangles, don't they!
The pattern is printed on an organic cotton quality.
So go ahead and fill the girl's room with plenty of lovely cloth!