Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Shopping for Reproduction Fabric Fall 2019

What's happening in the reproduction fabric world this fall?
I've been shopping, just to report.

Some conversation prints.
Birds & bees from My Redwork Garden by Bunny Hill for Moda.

Above and below Yarra Valley by Max & Louise for Andover

You should be able to find these fabrics in shops now or very soon.

Blues are always happening. More shirtings and indigo grounds in Abigail Blue

Mary Koval is thinking 1870 on these blue and whites but I'd push it
back to 1890s +

Full Circle by Sarah J for Marcus

Baltimore House by Paul Barnes for Marcus

Vive Le France by French General for Moda

Braveheart by Edyta Sitar for Andover

Hatbox from Andover

Several to add your madder-colored collections.

Chatham Row, Paula Barnes for Marcus

Chatham Row

Paula's Companions by Paula Barnes for Marcus

Above and below Charfacani by French General for Moda

Her foulard-style regular sets are great for Civil-War-era repros.

A fabulous early version of a "Storm Print"
from Chesapeake by Di Ford for Andover

Also from Chesapeake

A romantic pink in Braveheart by Edyta Sitar for Andover

Full Circle by Sarah J for Marcus

Karen Styles Meridian Stars, Marcus

Morning Glory from Edyta Sitar

A small floral trail from Sarah's Story by Betsy Chutchian for Moda


Clipping Path said...

I really like and appreciate your post.Thanks Again. Keep writing.

Kerry said...

Lovely - a bit longer to wait over here though. Trying to bust the stash - but you temptress!!!!

maxandlouisepatternco said...

Thank you so much for including our fabric in your post. Love reading you blog.
happy stitching.
Lisa & Lou
Max & Louise Pattern Co.

Jill said...

Lovely fabrics. I tend to agree about the timeframe of the Abigail line. Later than 1870s. Closer to the turn of the century. Some of those indigos stayed popular for a very long time. I love ‘em.

Pieceful Lady said...

Nice to see they are still out there; the hard part is finding a shop who carries them. I prefer to support the local shop first before buying on line.

Susie H said...

Each one beautiful. Thank you for the post. I'll be looking for these at my local quilt stores.

cityquilter grace said...

thanks for doing the legwork for us....all are beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Yummy! I'll take a yard of each, please! Thanks for sharing. Louise

QuiltGranma said...

What a delicious bunch of new old fabrics!