Current Crush-Vintage Reproduction Fabrics

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“I’m a material girl – want to see my fabric collection?”  ~Author Unknown

I’m almost done with my pile of yarn projects and as usual when it comes to my creative stuff, I’m thinking waaaayyy ahead. I’m going to make some purses and a spring quilt. I’ve got several yards of vintage reproduction fabric that I can start with, but I made the mistake of going to my favorite vintage repro. fabric website reprodepot.com and there are about ten more I have to get. Yes, I have to. Well, see for yourself. Even if you don’t sew you’ll convince yourself you need something during your visit 🙂 Here are some that I already have, and some I’m getting ready to order.

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I want to use this to make a froggie dress for Madeline.

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…and another dress for Madeline

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and another…

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I think this cherry fabric would make a cute tablecloth

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and another tablecloth…

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and a purse out of this lamb fabric

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and another tablecloth…

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I have this scotty fabric in red…cute purse fabric

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baby clothes, or part of a baby quilt…

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this is one of the fabrics I used in a quilt for Gracie

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tablecloth…

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tea napkins…

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I have this martini fabric…I’m thinking purse!!!

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and I just love this poodle fabric…not sure how I’ll use it 🙂

Happy Monday!

~Melissa

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  3 comments for “Current Crush-Vintage Reproduction Fabrics

  1. Sandy
    March 1, 2010 at 11:58 am

    I have done an apron using this strawberry with large red ric-rac…
    Fun reproduction fabric…Is this a hobby you would like to talk about???

  2. March 1, 2010 at 12:18 pm

    sure! I’m not a great seamstress, but I like to play with fabric using simple patterns…I think we should have YOU guest blog and talk about your aprons and stuff 🙂

  3. Sandy
    March 2, 2010 at 9:43 am

    Sounds like fun! We just have to work it in…I am very busy this time of the year with the changing of the seasons and instead of the nine shops I had along with my Winona shop I am now down to five that I am involved with along with the weekly column in the Rochester Post Bulletin and the monthly guest speaking engagments on Apron Memories at present…Thank you so much!

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