This ink and watercolor drawing is part of a paisley study series I did awhile ago, and is still the most popular.
I scanned the nicest ones both before and after adding color, then digitized the ink drawings and experimented with patterns for fabric.
There is a pretty yellow-gold version (“Paisley Juice”), and also a cut-and-sew napkin set, available on Spoonflower. As of this writing, I’m open to doing other colorways on request. Drop me a line if you’re interested.
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