Wednesday, February 3, 2016

More 19th Century eye candy (cats to corn)

I know it's been a long time, but I've been traveling, including cruising with Princess (so decadent, I love it)
1883 Edmund Potter, Manchester

 1883 Edmund Potter 'cheater', shirt
I would dearly love to have this fabric, I don't even own the shirt, just found the picture on the web.  Isn't it wonderful?

1884 Graton & Co

1883 Ikat, UK

 1901 France

 1883 Ikat in different color, UK

 1883 American Print Works, MA

1883 Arnold

 late 19th Century


1883 Grafton & Co

 1885 Pacific

1884 Dalglish, Falconer & Co, Scotland

 no date, no manufacturer, but so cute!

1883, detail


 1883 Grafton & Co

fly away balloon!

1885 Schwabe & Son

 Conversation Quilt circa 1900 (tied)
Wish I owned this one, just have a picture from the web.  I do own a few of the fabrics--the ones I have are from American Print Works, Fall River, Massachusetts from the 1880s.  I see some from Edmund Potter, Manchester, UK too.

1901 Bourdon, Legendre, and Co. Paris, France
Any favorites??  Enjoy


Wendy Caton Reed said...

I love the cheater shirt fabric. Boy do I wish I could find that one! You do find the most wonderful stuff. Glad to hear your cruise was fun. How could it not be??

Scrapatches said...

Welcome back! Very interesting fabric finds ... :) Pat

Vivian said...

Who knew there could be so many varieties of cherries? A great group of fabrics from beginning to end, as always. Glad to see you back (and I'm very envious to read about a cruise).

Anonymous said...

Some great fabrics! Wouldn't it be fun to make a quilt like the one you showed? There were some fabrics there I'd love to have, and some from the 1800s that could be on bolts in the stores today. Or we wish they were!

oconnorts said...

Love the cherry prints, especially the one from 1884 Dalglish, Falconer & Co, Scotland.
Downloaded the 365 for today, thought you might remind all your followers.