Red/Multi Small Flowers | Washington Street Vintage 30's Florals | P&B Textile
Although the quilts of the 1930s were created during The Great Depression - one of the darkest times of our nation – soft pastel colours and joyful prints were the primary trend and radiated a “homespun” feel. These quilts had a bright, cheery beauty all their own. Women’s magazines and newspapers of the 1930s struggled to sell “optimism”. With quilting at an all-time high, they included plenty of patterns, tips and stories in their publications. Kits were also popular, offering pre-cut fabrics that could just be sewn together without any additional expense. In 1933, at the Chicago World’s Fair, Sears displayed the winning entries of their national quilt competition which was said to have garnered a response of 24,000 entries!
Sara's collection of 1930s quilts were the source for this collection along with the bright colours, which are perfect for quilts, clothing and household projects!
Material: 100 % Cotton. Width: 112 cm
The price shown for this fabric is per Fat Quarter. Orders of more than one unit will be sent as a single piece, e.g. For 1 metre of fabric order a quantity of 4.
SKU: VIN2 315R
£4.15 Regular Price