LA ROSE PORCELAINE











By duplicating and reversing the original rose spray, one creates a lovely loose wreath, or one can extract a single blossom, rearranging the leaves up close to the petals for a solitary rose motif.

GLORIOUS MORNING GLORIES
A MUM FOR ETHELENE
THE PERSIAN BLOSSOM BOUQUET











One can always extrapolate a single motif from a larger design as we did here, extracting the right-hand sprig and central leaf as a single design, then duplicating and flipping it to create yet a further design.
By duplicating and reversing the original blossom, one creates a dramatic large piece suitable for an upholstered chair back.  Quadrupling the chrysanthemum motif makes for a stunning upholstered headboard for a bed or the back of a loveseat.
Quadrupled and joined, the single spray of morning glories becomes a perfect bed canopy or duvet cover pattern.
Further examples of ways one can adapt design cartoons to create an array of related designs for various purposes.
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