It's a Breeze Collection

Nature lovers –

This collection’s for you.

Do you love taking walks in the great outdoors, appreciating the variety of foliage found in nature? Do you love feeling a gentle breeze upon your face? Or may be you love lying on the grass beneath a tree, looking up through it’s leaves? Why not a bring a little bit of that love indoors with the leafy, organic inspired fabrics from this collection.

‘Take a quiet walk with Mother Nature. It will nurture your mind, body & soul.’

Antony Douglas Williams – Inside the Divine Pattern

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    Falling Leaves

    Safari Green

    Falling Leaves

    French Blue

    Falling Leaves

    Raspberry Pink

    Falling Leaves

    Canary Yellow

    Drifting Leaves

    Safari Green

    Drifting Leaves

    French Blue

    Drifting Leaves

    Raspberry Pink

    Drifting Leaves

    Canary Yellow

    Tumbling Leaves

    Safari Green

    Tumbling Leaves

    French Blue

    Tumbling Leaves

    Raspberry Pink

    Tumbling Leaves

    Canary Yellow

    Dancing Leaves

    Safari Green

    Dancing Leaves

    French Blue

    Dancing Leaves

    Raspberry Pink

    Dancing Leaves

    Canary Yellow

A bit about the Designer...

SANDRA HILL

Founder and Creative Director of Simply Sandara
Sandra is first and foremost an Artist - specialising in Textile Design. Her passion is in printmaking and main choice of artistic medium is lino cut.

‘I love developing my rough sketches into lino cuts - but sometimes I end up using the initial sketch in a design. I feel that the hand drawn lines have a spontaneity and elegance that gets lost after creating a lino cut - so there’s always a toss up - to carve or not to carve?”

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The inspiration for this collection - "I love that there are SO many different shaped leaves in nature! Leaves are my favourite things to draw - hence this collection being my first! When observing leaves, I’m also mesmerized by their motion in the wind and breeze and try to capture this movement in my drawings & lino cuts. I also believe it helps give the final textile designs an ‘energy’ level of their own. I’ve used ‘motion’ type adjectives in naming the designs - to emphasise this."

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