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Ottoman tent scale model fabric by wanderingaloud on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

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23.95in x 20.53in, 263 pixels/inch,
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NOTE: Not recommended for use on even slightly textured walls. For children’s rooms, we recommend buying our Smooth wallpaper.

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By Carla Monnich

Designing for Historic Reenactors. Specializing in reconstructions of historic textiles, I strive to resurrect artifacts without losing the visual quality of the original piece. Suitable for museum, re-enactment, or Renaissance Faire projects. Contact me

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Description:

Reconstruction of an Ottoman tent. This is a scale model made for a display. Also suitable for miniature dioramas and such.

You will also need a bit of plain fabric for backing the roof and walls. The trim folds over on the edge of each. The little square on the right is a porch meant to be folded in half with the more decorative surface facing down, and the 2 circles above go on the top, with the 2 tent poles coming up to the center points. See the photo in the comments for reference.

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wanderi...

wanderingaloud says: Here's a photo of our 10'x30' tent. I then used all the graphics to construct the scale model.

wanderingaloud uploaded a project image link for wanderingaloud's design Ottoman tent scale model :

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Posted 3 months ago.

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su_g says: Intriguing! What a fascinating reconstruction - great idea and I can see there is huge potential (even though I was a little lost in the instructions so far)!! :-)

Posted 5 months ago.