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Fabric - 19th Century/Farmhouse
Fabric - 19th Century/Farmhouse
Farmhouse, compiled by Sara Morgan for Washington Street Studio, features some of the rarest reproduction colorings. There are Poison Greens for the gardens that yielded food, Chrome Yellows for the sunshine that made everything grow, and Turkey Reds for the blood and sweat it took as farmers toiled in the fields from sunrise to sundown.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Signature Patriot
Fabric - 19th Century/Signature Patriot
Inspired by an antique quilt dating 1840-1850, Sara Morgan has created this collection of gorgeous blue and red fabrics called Signature Patriot. Believed to be a collaborative piece from a ladies sewing club in North Virginia, the blues and reds in this collection are truly beautiful.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Savannah Classics
Fabric - 19th Century/Savannah Classics
The beautiful and rare prints of this collection showcase the soft florals, wispy vines, and small calico-like motifs found on fabrics dating back to the 19th century. The vivid pinks and deep browns are favorites among reproduction fabric enthusiasts who strive to replicate authentic quilts of this historic period.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Blue and Red
Fabric - 19th Century/Blue and Red
These 19th Century fabrics are from Washington Street Studio’s Gettysburg Era and Vintage Miniature fabric lines. They are great examples of the reds and blues available during the 1800s.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Classic 1800s Shirtings
Fabric - 19th Century/Classic 1800s Shirtings
By Washington Street Studio, these blender fabrics are reproductions of classic 1800s shirtings.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Downton Abbey
Fabric - 19th Century/Downton Abbey
These beautiful fabrics by Andover were inspired by the PBS Program Downtown Abbey.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Flying Geese
Fabric - 19th Century/Flying Geese
The Flying Geese fabric collection is from Washington Street Studio, a division of P&B Textiles specializing in authentic antique reproduction fabrics from the late 1700’s to early 1900’s. From the 1800s, these red, yellow and brown patterns are found in authentic antique quilts of the time period.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/French Country
Fabric - 19th Century/French Country
Rich and delicate motifs, resist-dyed flowers, paisleys, and floral sprigs are all captured in beautiful detail in this beautiful reproduction group by Washington Street Studio. The handwriting reproductions are perfectly orchestrated and these classic colorings never go out of style.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Friendship Ring
Fabric - 19th Century/Friendship Ring
From Washington Street Studio, Friendship Ring is a collection of beautiful 19th century quilts. The pink over dyes, chocolate colorations and cheddar accents lend themselves to quilt and sewing projects commemorating special moments and bonds of friendship.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Jo Morton Classics
Fabric - 19th Century/Jo Morton Classics
These beautiful 19th Century reproduction fabrics were created by Jo Morton for Andover.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Jo Morton Fabrics
Fabric - 19th Century/Jo Morton Fabrics
More of those delightful 19th Century style fabrics by Jo Morton. From Andover, the colors are rich and dramatic.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Marcus Brothers
Fabric - 19th Century/Marcus Brothers
These classic 19th Century reproduction fabrics are by Marcus Brothers. They are timeless classics that can be used in a variety of 19th Century reproduction projects.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Miscellaneous
Fabric - 19th Century/Miscellaneous
These 19th Century Fabrics are from a variety of designers and fabric companies. Colors include green, pink, blue, brown, cheddar, purple and red.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/More Marcus Brothers
Fabric - 19th Century/More Marcus Brothers
More classic 19th Century reproduction prints by Marcus Brothers are featured in this department. Useful for projects with the look and feel of the 1800s, these fabrics are timeless.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Northgate Manor
Fabric - 19th Century/Northgate Manor
Northgate Manor is an elegant 19th Century style fabric from Maywood. Rich in blues, greens, dark reds and tans, the fabrics are filled with florals and geometrics.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Old Sturbridge Green
Fabric - 19th Century/Old Sturbridge Green
Judie Rothermel designed these beautiful traditional green fabrics in support of Old Sturbridge Village. Perfect as reproductions for 19th Century greens, there are red and gold accents.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Party of Twelve
Fabric - 19th Century/Party of Twelve
These 19th Century reproduction prints were designed by Judie Rothermel for Marcus Brothers. Styled after mid-19th century designs, the colors are blue, green, purple, yellow, gold, red and pink.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Samantha
Fabric - 19th Century/Samantha
This beautiful fabric group is by Penny Rose. It features 19th Century era reproductions in an array of gorgeous pinks and browns.