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Signature Series IV: Fantasy Tree

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PLEASE NOTE: PLEASE NOTE: This item is a digital download with a limit of 2 downloads. It is important to securely store files as Anita Goodesign cannot be held responsible for lost files.

Please note that instructions for stitching out these projects are included in the Physical Product. There is no PDF included in the design downloads.

What's included with Signature Series IV: Fantasy Tree?

An Inspiring Landscape

Beautiful multi-panel original scene featuring a swirling tree that extends across the panels.

A Breathtaking Finish

Includes freestanding elements like florals, butterflies, and birds that can be sprinkled across the scene.

Flexible Displays

Comes with additional sashing and squaring blocks to frame the tapestry, and instructions on fringing and mounting panels for a luxe installation option.

The optional freestanding elements included with this Signature Series are the most fun aspect of the project. With choices of birds, butterflies, and even tiny flowers, these freestanding pieces can be sprinkled over the finished scene, then hand-sewn or glued in place to secure. There are no rules when decorating your final tapestry or panels. How you choose to embellish your creation is entirely up to you.

Selecting a color palette for your finished work will open up all new possibilities for style and presentation in your home. Throughout Signature Series Volume IV Fantasy Tree, you will see various colorway treatments to inspire you to create something truly your own.

The Fantasy Tree offers two different presentation styles: a multi-panel art installation or a more traditionally pieced tapestry. For the first presentation option—Wilson's preferred method—the scene consists of seven stitched panels. Then, the raw edges are fringed on each panel by unraveling the threads up to their outer stitch line for a perfectly uniform fringe surrounding each section of the scene. The finished panels are then mounted onto boards and hung on a wall, framed or unframed.

I love taking vintage designs and turning them into something more contemporary.

– Stephen Wilson