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Fabric - 19th Century/Wildwood Flowers
Fabric - 19th Century/Wildwood Flowers
Inspired by nature, photographer and naturalist Gene Stratton Porter, who was an author and enviromentalist, Evonne Cook has put together this beautiful collection of fabric.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/1800s Shirtings
Fabric - 19th Century/1800s Shirtings
These prints, by Washington Street Studios, feature classic Shirtings from the 1800s. Selected by Sara Morgan, you will love using these in 19th Century style quilts.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Abigail
Fabric - 19th Century/Abigail
Abigail by Mary Koval combines beautiful floral fabrics with simple shirtings. You’ll create gorgeous 19th Century reproductions in blue and cream as heirlooms for family and friends.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Antebellum
Fabric - 19th Century/Antebellum
This collection of pre-Civil War textiles was compiled by Washington Street Studio. They are typical of what you might have found in the houses and closets in the southern part of the United States.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Butter Churn Basics
Fabric - 19th Century/Butter Churn Basics
This lovely group of fabrics was designed by Kim Diehl for Henry Glass.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Christmas Remembered
Fabric - 19th Century/Christmas Remembered
Sophisticated, yet elegant holiday motifs make this collection an instant favorite. With beautiful creams, reds, greens and golds, these fabrics last well beyond the Christmas season and work well for quilts, home decorating and craft projects.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Cunningham
Fabric - 19th Century/Cunningham
Julie Hendrickson designed this collection of 19th Century fabrics (c. 1880-1890) for Windham. Inspired by an antique quilt in her collection, the colors are red, blue, double pink and creams.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/General Store
Fabric - 19th Century/General Store
General Store by Windham with their nod to the past features the gorgeous colors and designs of foulard neckties, with their thin, soft printed material in the colors of ruby, sapphire, brown and sage with hints of topaz.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Handsome
Fabric - 19th Century/Handsome
Handsome is an attractive collection of small, printed geometrics. Designed in time honored hues of navy, grey, brick red, chestnut and white on white, the prints closely resemble fine woven and textured fabrics.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Jamestown
Fabric - 19th Century/Jamestown
Designed by Nancy Gere for Windham, this Civil War Era collection of fabrics features poison green, chrome yellow and fugitive purple. Featured in different hues, these prints are fantastic in scrappy reproduction quilts reminiscent of the 19th Century.



 
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/Special Scraps
Fabric - 19th Century/Special Scraps
Here’s a group of spectacular 19th Century reproductions by Marcus Brothers. You’ll love the authenticity of the colors.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Temperance Red and Green
Fabric - 19th Century/Temperance Red and Green
These reproduction fabrics, in red and green, were compiled by Evonne Cook for Washington Street Studio. Reminiscent of fabrics from the late 19th Century, they would work well in quilting, apparel and home dec projects.



 
Fabric - 19th Century/Trinkets
Fabric - 19th Century/Trinkets
Designed by Kathy Hall for Andover, these 19th Century era reproductions can be used in a myriad of projects.