Sunday, October 21, 2012

Sunday Stash #162

A little bit of this and a little bit of that ...

I couldn't resists these cute chickens! 

These carefully hand printed - vintage designs - are unique fabrics  (only 30 yards are printed in each colorway), on a cotton/poly (10%) blend to ensure paint stability.  Purchased from EmilyMe (Etsy) a boutique vintage fabric store specializing in rare hand printed fabrics.

And also bundle of fabrics found locally - some of these have been around for a while.  From top to bottom:
  1. Liberty of London Tana Lawn - floral print in pink
  2. Simple Flower from the Sophie collection by Chez Moi for Moda
  3. Lady Birds on Green Stripe - no details on the selvage - probably a Japanese import.
  4. Pink flowers on White Background - light weight, almost a sheer fabric.  No further details
  5. Princess Rose by Lecien - Roses printed on a light green background with white polka dot.
  6. Frolic in Citrus from the Hullabaloo range by Urban Chiks for Moda
  7. Teal Flowers on Grey Stripe by Fumika Oishi - Made in Japan
  8. Aunt Grace Polka Dots from the Collection of Judie Rothermel for Marcus Brothers

Enjoy Sunday!


  1. Such peaceful piles of lovely, lovely fabric.

  2. Lovely fabrics Rita. You must have had fun shopping for these :-)

  3. Pretty sure the ladybirds are japanese- I picked up a couple of yards in pink to make a dress for my daughter while in Tokyo this year. Whereabouts in melb did you buy the Fumika Oishi flowers- I love them!

    1. Hi Cherry - (sorry to reply here, but your profile doesn't incl an email address). The Fumika Oishi stripe/flowers was purchased from Patchwork on Central Park (Malvern). Rita

  4. Beautiful fabrics, Rita! I hope someday I have as good of an eye for fabric as you do!

  5. Ahh -- such pretty fabrics! Made me smile.

  6. Such sweet fabrics I love the Teal Flowers on Grey Stripe =D

  7. Rita you amaze me with the way you can pull fabrics of different colors, patterns, textures and companies together. I don't know how you do it but every single time they look fabulous. I wish I had a little of that gene in me.

  8. oh my gosh ~ I love those chickens ~ got to get me some!!!


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