Le Poulet

Roosters have played a role in the symbolism and folklore of many nations for thousands of years. For many people, the rooster symbolizes bravery and boldness as he defends his flock against all comers. In France, roosters are often used to decorate church bells and watchtowers as the rooster symbolizes vigilance…waking at dawn to alert the people to the start of a new day. Jennifer Brinley’s latest collection Le Poulet captures this bold and brave spirit in a palette of black, scarlet and cream. There are ten SKUs in this collection. Check out the Peppered Cottons by Pepper Cory as they make for the perfect coordinates. They are used to expand the palette and also used liberally in the free projects.

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