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Fabric - 1930s&40s/Everything but the Kitchen Sink
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Everything but the Kitchen Sink
These beautiful 1930s era fabrics are the latest selections from RJR’s Everything but the Kitchen Sink collection.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/WindowsillGarden
Fabric - 1930s&40s/WindowsillGarden
Here’s an adorable 1930s group by Darlene Zimmerman. By Kaufman, you’ll find dainty florals, and embroidered panels.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Animal Quackers
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Animal Quackers
What a cute 1930s group! Animal quackers features adorable animals on the pastel colors so popular in the 1930s--pink, green, yellow and blue.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Aunt Grace
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Aunt Grace
These fabrics are a tribute to Judie Rothermel’s own aunt Grace Starkey. The collection features delightful 1930s-era reproduction fabrics in a variety of colors and prints.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/BasketofScraps
Fabric - 1930s&40s/BasketofScraps
These delightful fabrics are from Judie Rothermel’s Aunt Grace "Basket of Scraps" fabric collection. In yummy 1930s colors, you’ll love these new designs.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/DowntownAbbeyDownstairs
Fabric - 1930s&40s/DowntownAbbeyDownstairs
By Andover, these beautiful fabrics were inspired by the PBS Television Series Downton Abbey. These prints would have been worn by the working class during the 1920s era.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Feedsacks
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Feedsacks
Sara Morgan’s reproduction Feedsack prints are will delight collectors and enthusiasts alike. From Washington Street Studio, this collection of prints includes the colors and patterns that were popular feedsack prints in the 1930s.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Gingham
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Gingham
A variety of 1/8 inch and 1/4 inch square ginghams and homespun ginghams in 100% cotton are featured in this department.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/KitchenSink
Fabric - 1930s&40s/KitchenSink
Everything by the Kitchen Sink is a delightful 1930s style fabric group by RJR. Blenders, conversationals, florals and fun kid prints are all included.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Lakehouse Favorites
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Lakehouse Favorites
These adorable fabrics, reminiscent of the 1940s, are from Lakehouse Dry Goods.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Miscellaneous
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Miscellaneous
1930s and 1940s style prints in a myriad of colors of styles are featured in this department. Fabrics are from your favorite fabric companies and manufacturers.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Red Riding Hood
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Red Riding Hood
Here’s an adorable collection of Little Red Riding Hood fabrics in the delicious colors of red, yellow, blue and green.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Solid Color Fabrics
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Solid Color Fabrics
Solid colored fabrics are the building blocks for your 1930s/40s projects. This department contains a variety of solids in 1930s/40s era colors.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Storybook Americana
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Storybook Americana
This adorable 1930s fabric group is by Windham. It features patriotic themes and colors to put you in a red, white and blue mood!



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Toybox
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Toybox
Can’t get enough of those gorgeous 1930s era prints? Toybox prints by Blue Hill brings you absolutely delightful designs you will love working with!



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/ToyBoxMiniatures
Fabric - 1930s&40s/ToyBoxMiniatures
From Washington Street Studio, these adorable 1930s-era reproduction prints feature cute little animals and children at play. In the bright, cheery colors of red, blue, green, yellow, pink and orange, you’ll love using them to create projects filled with hope and joy!



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/ToyChestConversationals
Fabric - 1930s&40s/ToyChestConversationals
These adorable children’s prints are from Washington Street Studio. Called Toy Chest Conversationals, the prints feature children and toys.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/TreasuresfromtheAttic
Fabric - 1930s&40s/TreasuresfromtheAttic
This adorable group of 1930s fabrics features dainty prints in 1930s colors, perfect for creating vintage and retro projects!



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Vintage30sFlorals
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Vintage30sFlorals
Sara Morgan has put together a delightful collection of reproduction feedsack style prints in hard to find colors, popular motifs and a variety of scales.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Walk in the Park
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Walk in the Park
This beautiful 1930s&40s fabric collection comes in a variety of 1930s color ways. Its little umbrella girl takes a stroll through the tulips with Scottie dogs, sunshine dots, fun ditsy tonals and pretty flowers.



 
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Wee Play
Fabric - 1930s&40s/Wee Play
Designed by Kathy Brown for Red Rooster, these prints are reminiscent of the artwork found in the learn-to-read books of the 1950s. This adorable collection of fabric really will make child’s play out of fun sewing projects for children of all ages.