Sunday, June 29, 2014

Sunday Stash #236 Feedsack Fabric and More

Original Feedsack Fabric
The Melbourne Craft and Quilt Fair was on this week and weekend (ends today) and as always is a great day spent with like minded quilting friends and fabric fiends. I spent quite some time viewing the quilts but also wandered the aisles in search of fabric ... and there was plenty to be found as well as nifty notions and gadgets galore.

Feedsack Fabric

For me it was all about feedsack fabrics ...

Feedsack Fabric

Feedsack fabrics featured here are pieces from American vintage sacks. I don't have a project in mind for these fabrics as yet, but they are so lovely and still in great condition (no stains or tears) so I will definitely need to think of a project to feature these precious pieces.

Maze and Vale Hand Printed Fabrics

I also met Leslie Keating, owner and designer behind Maze and Vale and picked up these beautiful hand printed fabrics. Leslie uses natural fibers upon which to print her own designs using environmentally friendly inks and fine cottons (as well as linen blends). Leslie is now also running workshops in block printing and freeform patchwork from her Melbourne based studio.

Japanese Fabric Yoshiko Jinzenji Rose Rose Rose
Japanese Fabric by Yoshiko Jinzenji for Yuwa 
Also this week - arriving by mail - these text and low volume prints by popular Japanese fabric designer Yoshiko Jinzenji for Yuwa which are available from:

Miss Matatabi (Etsy)
Sew Modern Online

Enjoy Sunday!
Rita

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10 comments:

  1. Am drooling over all your lovely fabrics!

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  2. Lovely post, Rita! I didn't know you were a fellow feedsack fan. Such great prints, and they go so well with modern Japanese prints. Nice finds!

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  3. sonds like a good show to visit, I raally would love one more trip to Melbourne to see my sister, if I decide to must time it to fit in with a show

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  4. The Feed Stack fabrics are gorgeous. Love this sort of thing and I can imagine how well they will fit your style of quilts, Rita. Looking forward to seeing what you make with them.

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  5. LOVE Leslie Keating's fabrics!!! Beautiful and sustainable - what more could you ask for?

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  6. That Maze And Vale is amazing, what a gorgeous shade of red

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  7. Wise fabric choices. They are all pretty. Look forward to seeing what you do with the feedsack.

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  8. Looks like the craft and quilt fair was great!
    You got some very lovely feed sacks :)

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  9. Oh that fabric!!! if only I could find these in my area!!
    Beautiful post.
    Miss

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  10. I just love feedsack fabrics, the colours and texture of the fabric
    are gorgeous. I have 7 grandchildren, l need to make quilts for our 8 mth identical twin girls feedsacks would be perfect.

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