Flower Hearts in Blue by the Copenhagen Print Factory – 62cm End of Bolt Remnant


Flower Hearts in Blue – 62cm End of Bolt Remnant

Copenhagen Print Factory

Scandi quilting fabric fans, this is a gorgeous option for your next quilt, cushion and more!

This gorgeous print features tiny clusters of seed-like hearts in various shades of blue at the centre of a white abstract flower on a navy blue background.

We’re seeing some fab dressmaking and home decor projects with this gorgeous print!

Medium weight cotton fabric can be used for dressmaking, quilting, light use home decor projects, bags and more!

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Hey fellow Thread Heads with a love of all things scandi!  This beautiful print from the Copenhagen Print Factory is right up your street!

Paired with our P&B blue and white blenders, these designs will make any blue happy quilter squeal with delight!

This design is so on trend with ever popular Scandinavian prints that reflect the culture of contemporary design so popular in Scandinavia.

Copenhagen Print Factory has been creating high quality, lovely fabrics for years and have established themselves as leaders in creating earth friendly fabrics.

This fabric is meets the OEKOTEX Standard 100 criteria meaning no harmful chemicals were used in the production of the fabric from its beginnings as a cotton seed all the way to packaging used to distribute the final product.  So happy news for Thread Head users!

Manufacturer’s suggested washing instructions:  machine wash 30 degrees.  Tumble dry low.  Medium iron if needed.  Do not bleach.  May be dry cleaned.

Thread Head Fabrics recommends you pre-wash your fabric before beginning your sewing project as cotton fabrics will shrink slightly when washed.

Fabric Colour

Blue, White

Fabric Manufacturer

Copenhagen Print Factory

Fabric Theme

Abstract, Floral, scandi, Scandinavian

Fabric Width

112 cm/ 44″


Fat Quarter, Long Quarter


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