Inspiration: Inspired by a trip to Atlanta Botanical garden depicts large butterflies and flowers surround smaller flower buds and butterflies in bright, vivid colors for a great contemporary look.
History: Many ancient cultures to regard the butterfly as a symbol of the impermanence and instability of earthly life. The amazing process of change from a caterpillar to a butterfly also captivated many ancient cultures that believed this was similar to the process of a soul's journey from an earthly body to a heavenly body. In fact the ancient Greeks often symbolized the human soul or psyche with butterfly wings in art.
Use: This butterfly fabric is sure to brighten up any bedroom or playroom!
Artisans in a remote mountain village in Kashmir crewel stitch these blossoms, vines and leaves by hand, resulting in a lush pattern of richly shaded wool yarns on Linen, Cotton, Velvet and Silk.