Lazybones Organic Cotton Ecology Garland (9.8 ft long)
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Organic Cotton Ecology Garland

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Lazybones' love letter to the beautiful flora and fauna from their Natural World bedding range.  Each image is digitally printed onto organic cotton sateen and cut into little flags. The edges are kept raw with a simple stay stitch.

Handmade in Australia.  Measures 9.8' long.


The images are in the public domain and are all sourced from the generous open access schemes from various wonderful museums. This is an excellent initiative that opens up so many beautiful images to be seen and enjoyed again.

1. Eastern Rosella (Platycerous eximius) This watercolor is unsigned. Found in the First Fleet Collection of journals, correspondence and drawings, ca 1786-1802, held in the Mitchell and Dixson Libraries.

2. Red-flowering Gum, Eucalyptus Ficifolia Curtis's Botanical Magazine - Also known as The Botanical Magazine; or Flower-Garden Displayed, is an illustrated publication which began in 1787. The longest running botanical magazine.
M.S. del J.N. Fitch lithograph The image is marked “M.S. del", indicating that it was delineated by Matilda Smith

3. Red headed honey eater & Sanguineous honey eater
Henrik Gronvold (1858-1940)
Published by Witherby & Co.

4. Lepidoptera 1805
E Donovan and F. & C. Rivington 1804

5. Green Honey Eater
Henrik Gronvold (1858-1940)

6. Hatchet-leaved daviesa, Daviesa physodes.
Hand-colored botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
Lazybones setup shop in 2000. A love of the natural world, vintage style and the unexpected helped them to grow into a much loved Australian clothing and homewares brand.

Lazybones designs modern vintage-inspired fashion, accessories, bedding and homewares with a fresh and whimsical approach. Their garments have become well known for the quirky signature prints, delicate embroidery and jacquard knitwear... all in feminine shapes and styles that shoppers adore.

In 2017, Lazybones made a move towards more sustainable and ethical practices. Loving the earth has long been an important part of the business model, and now this is reflected this in the choice of fabrics and manufacturers.