Pauline 43419-3 Alphabet Border is an all over tone-on-tone pinwheel pattern in tan with two inch-wide stripes parallel to one selvedge, with interspersed dusty blue and antique red floral decorations with grey-green leaves and stems, between 'ABC' cross-stitched in dusty blue letters. Each stripe is formed by two lines of cross stitches, in taupe or red, parallel to each other. There's a slightly wider stripe parallel to the other edge, of two chain-stitched lines in red, and between those lines, dusty blue cross-stitched alphabets in two rows, with a pale green and blue three-bloom cross-stitched lily design between the alphabets.
Primitive whimsical but with a new feel. A delightful modern take on rural or European provincial history. 100% Cotton 44"/45" Wide. not intended for children's sleepwear, but fantastic for quilts, decor or clothing.
Pauline is designed by L'Atelier Perdu for Windham Fabrics. From designer L'Atelier Perdu: "Pauline is the name I decided to give to one of the geese I designed in a cross-stitch sampler. The alphabet print (double border) in Pauline is a great way for one to combine a love of cross-stitching with the quilting world. The color palette in Pauline features dusty blues and antique reds, paired with a beautiful share of mustard." (from the Windham Fabrics website)