Mackintosh Rose Mackintosh Rose


This design was inspired by the geometric roses of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the Scottish artist and designer. It can be used singly or grouped as here in a composition for a row of windows. Seen here in natural Irish linen with wine, dark green and antique gold motifs.

We used Mackintosh Rose here on single panel half curtains of one and a half fullness. Half curtains like this are a nice idea for city houses with close-by neighbors as they provide privacy while letting in light. These curtains are finished with a pin-stitched hem and a rod pocket and hung on traditional rods with inside-mount barrel brackets.

#201, Mackintosh Rose, 4 1/2 long x 4 3/4 inches wide

Simple Rose


A simpler version of the geometric rose. Use it as a
border (see back cover) or alone at a corner.

#116, Simple Rose, rose itself, 2 1/2" square


This stylized flower motif works best as a border. Worked in shades of teal and loden green with bright tangerine stitched squares, the Crocus is reminiscent of Gustav Klimt.

Crocus, #106, 3 3/8 inches wide x 5 inches high

Crocus Border

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