Sunday, May 11, 2014

Sunday Stash #229 Old New 30's by Atsuko Matsuyama

Old New 30's by Atsuko Matsuyama for Lecien 2014 Spring Collection
Old New 30's by Atsuko Matsuyama for Lecien
2014 Spring Collection 
Old New 30's by Atsuko Matsuyama for Lecien 2014 Spring Collection

Lovely new reproduction prints by Japanese quilt artist and designer Atsuko Matsuyama arrived this week. All of the fabrics pictured are from the Old New 30's Collection - 2014 Spring Collection (not all prints that make up this collection are shown here).

Old New 30's Collection by Atsuko Matsuyama - Small Scale Prints

The collection includes several small scale designs in a several saturated colorways. These prints are great stash basics, work well with other fabric collections and perfect for scrap quilts.

Old New 30's Collection by Atsuko Matsuyama - Small Scale Prints

My personal favorite design from this fabric range is this medium scale floral bouquet print ~ and the colors are just right:

Old New 30's Collection - Floral Bouquet by Atsuko Matsuyama
Floral Bouquet - Old New 30's Collection
The Old New 30's Collection by Atsuko Matsuyama is available from:
Westwood Acres

Coming soon to:
Pink Castle Fabrics

I have also re-stocked some of my Spoonflower favorites. Spoonflower is a custom fabric printing service which allows you to upload your own textile designs, printing only what you need on fabric weight of your choice. You can also purchase fabrics designed by other Spoonflower community members. I really like that you can now choose to have Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton as your base fabric!

Spoonflower Text and Number Fabrics - Red Pepper Quilts

From top to bottom:
Happy Mother's Day to all mothers ...
Enjoy Sunday!
Rita

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13 comments:

  1. Спасибо за новое вдохновение для меня!

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  2. Happy Mother's Day to you too Rita. Thanks for the tip on the fabric. It is lovely.

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  3. this is an lovely collection, my mind tries to picture your sewing room but cannot imagine with the hundreds of fabrics you must have and share with us

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  4. may i have some of your stash please. you have such lovelies

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  5. Its interesting how the 30"s fabric is so vibrant in color. I guess they wanted something fun back then, it was so dreary during the depression. I have a quilt made by my husband's grandmother and it is bubble gum pink and feed sacks! Carol

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  6. Thanks for the info about Spoonflower. I hadn't thought to look on for text fabric but have done now. I also checked out Westwood Acres. They have some great fabrics too.

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  7. Rosemary Bolton here:
    I feel like hoarding these fabrics. They are just gorgeous!
    I could just have several yards of all of it and make every thing possible haha

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  8. hi rita,
    happy mothers day!! what do you plan to make with these 1930s fabrics? would love to know what you have in mind. barbara babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  9. Happy Mother's Day , Rita .. thank you for the sharing the source of fabrics.. :)

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  10. Rita, what a beautiful collection. I love 30s fabrics, and so thrilled to see a new line! Can't wait to see what you make with this. You are such an inspiration! Thank you!

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  11. I am missing getting your blog emailed to me after each post. Did you cancel feedburner or is it on my end? THanks! ksmith8@emich.edu

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  12. I really love your website. When I check my email if I see one from your website i read it first.

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