Karen Eckmeier in her Happy Villages quilts. Beyond the village is the field of mustard plants. This was done with a photo transfer onto "Extravorganza", which is a sheet of organza fabric adhered to paper so it can be fed though an ink jet printer. The sky is a piece of hand dyed fabric. All the elements seen through the window are fused in place prior to stitching.
There are 3 different varieties of mustard: Brassica nigra (black mustard), B. juncea (brown mustard) and Sinapis alba (white mustard). So I made a screen of these botanical plant names and printed it down about 3/4 of the length of the piece; I was saving the bottom 1/4 for something else.
The bottom section is also screen printed, with the text of the parable of the mustard seed, also in the gold paint. In another post I'll show what I did later to enhance this section of text. You can also better see the circles from the bubble wrap printing and the texture it adds to the piece.