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1865 to 1900

Post Civil War fabrics had a variety of designs that included paisleys, stripes, and florals. Predominant colors were madders, browns, greens and pinks.

Notice: key letters AYG (Apparel Yard Goods); or FYG (Furnishing Yard Goods) will denote fabrics especially good (color/scale) for either dressgoods or furnishings.



Merton

Another 'to scale' line from Morris and Co.
(Mar 28 2018)


Kelmscott

Morris and Co
(Mar 21 2018)


Larissa

c. 1870 by Mary Koval
(Mar 30 2018)


Evelyn's Homestead

1880-1900 by Betsy Chutchian
(Mar 17 2018)


Madeline

1880-90 by Julie Hendrickson
(Jan 09 2018)


Liberty Fabrics

English Garden Quilting Collection
(Dec 22 2017)


Needle Thread Gatherings

Red/black shirting motifs
(Dec 22 2017)


Late 19th Century Scraps

Assorted prints and solids
(Oct 16 2016)


William Morris

Designs from the archives at the V & A Museum
(Oct 25 2017)


American Swatch Book

by Judie Rothermel
(Jul 23 2017)


Margo's Finds, 1865-1900 Fabrics

Individual pieces from our 1865-1900 shelves!
(Oct 25 2017)


Madder


(Apr 13 2018)


Late 19th Century Shirtings


(Aug 26 2017)

 

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