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1775 to 1825

This period has a wide range of finished looks, varying from simple block prints to sophisticated European-style dress prints.



Dutch Heritage Gujarat

by Petra Pins
(Jul 08 2014)


Southcott

Joanna Southcott's 1808 Quilt
(Jun 19 2014)


Margo's Finds, 1775-1825 Fabrics

Individual pieces from our 1775-1825 shelves!
(Jun 13 2014)


English Diary


(Apr 03 2014)


Vin du Jour

Wonderful purples!
(Apr 03 2014)


Amelia

by Jo Morton
(Apr 03 2014)


Stratford Park

includes Embroidered Solids!
(Apr 03 2014)


Sturbridge Village


(Apr 03 2014)


Linen Toiles

Lovely Pictures
(Jun 11 2014)


American Folk and Fabric-1775-1825


(Jul 08 2014)


Kalam Kari


(Jun 05 2014)


Wood Block Prints

Printed by wooden blocks!
(Jan 03 2014)


Staples IV

Staples IV
(Mar 10 2013)


Rouenneries Deux


(Mar 10 2013)


Padstow Range

Dressgoods
(Mar 10 2013)


Lawn

Spotted or striped muslins
(Mar 10 2013)


Toiles


(Jun 06 2014)


Turkey Reds

WOW! Wonderful turkey reds
(Apr 21 2014)

 

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