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!
Rita

10 comments:

  1. Such peaceful piles of lovely, lovely fabric.

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

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  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!

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    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

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

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

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

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  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.

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

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