My Pincushion print was initially inspired by the Pincushion protea (Leucospermum Cordifolium) flower, and started out years ago as a papercut. I started screenprinting it onto table runners and napkins, and then included it as part of the Flower Dreams collection launched last year, in  five fynbos-inspired colours.

Pincushion runner inspiration_Charcoal_01


And now, finally, I’m listing my Pincushion print as cushion covers too.


Local shoppers will find them for sale here, and international shoppers, click here to find them for sale.


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  1. WOW, love that chair, will suit perfect at my little living room…pity you live so far…sniff snifff….
    Really beautiful!

  2. I love this pattern, especially the lime cushion. The photographs are fabulous and show off your products really well. I love it!

  3. Love the Protea design. My daughter that lives in S.A. sent me this link. Could I get some of the fabric?

  4. pincushions just happen to be my fave flower, Heather, so this design really makes me happy! I love that your designs often originate from your papercuts…the positive/negative spaces are always so eye-catching. xo

  5. I love hearing from other designers where their inspiration for particular designs originate from. I think your work is fab,you have such a strong signature!

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