native heath from st. jude’s

by Grace Bonney

I love this new fabric from St. Jude’s. Designed by Old Town, a British company specializing in classic handmade workwear, “Native Heath” is a playful pattern that utilizes map-style symbols. St. Jude’s explains that the pattern was partly inspired by the map of the Hundred Acre Wood drawn by E H Shepard for Winnie The Pooh. I think the little house symbol is so sweet and it reminds me of something I’d see pop up in the hand-drawn textiles of Lena Corwin. Click here to check out the new range online or to pick up one of the Native Heath pillows in Berry (above) or Mushroom (below). xo, grace

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