The classic elegance and sophistication of the 3 Sisters’ style is exemplified in Lario. A recent trip to Lake Como inspired their latest collection which features a picturesque toile illustrating the grandiose villas and elaborate garden landscapes of this famous Italian getaway. Bouquets of intricate prints in rosy reds, soft petal pinks, shimmering aquas, and warm sunny yellows set the mood for your own creative retreat.
Inspired from the banks of the
Seine in Paris to the galleries
of the Museum of Printed Textiles
in Mulhouse, the 3 Sisters
springtime visits to France
offer endless enchantment
at every turn. Bring home the
allure of their antique textile
discoveries with their latest
collection Mille Couleurs. Signature
prints designed by the
Sisters are reminiscent of mordant
dye charts and scrawling
ledgers from antique mill
books housed in vast the museum.
These unique designs
are accompanied by graceful
damasks, delicate florals,
and opulent paisleys in warm
shades redolent of those
achieved by natural madder
reds and browns, woad, and
the first discovered synthetic
dye known as mauve.
The dramatic Jacobean and rose adorned florals are complimented by the occasional Papillon, which is French for butterfly. Paired with delicate botanical prints in the quilt’s original palette of pale, dusty pinks and aquas with faded red and stone accents, Papillon captures all the splendor of a lush garden estate. By 3 Sisters for Moda Fabrics.
There is no place the 3 Sisters love more than Paris in springtime. Leisurely strolls along the Seine and into the many lovely gardens are the inspiration for Printemps. Aptly named after the French word for spring and the sisters’ favorite department store in Paris, Printemps is the Creme de la creme in a deliciously soft palette of delicate floral prints that appear as though they were fresh picked from Marie Antoinette’s garden of Versailles.