So, the dear sweet mailman brought me some lovely packages yesterday! Oh, those are one of my most favorite days, especially when I open it to yummy vintage fabric!
Now, this most lovely vintage rose fabric I have been looking at over on Etsy for about a week. I finally broke down and bought it! I just had to get it for my fabric stash. I have never seen such a beautiful rose print!
It is even better in person! The fabric is a soft cotton, and there is almost 3 yards of it! Sorry for the crease, but I was so excited about it, that I just took it out of the package and started taking pictures! :)
Here is a close up! What do you think? Cabbage roses in pink and red, with black outlining, and a touch a green! You can't go wrong! I am working on some projects for my little Etsy store, vintage grey, that will be opening for the first time next month, and this pretty fabric will be showing off in many of my handmade treasures! So, stay tuned for the opening day! :)
This pretty pink feedsack fabric I just thought was so sweet. This is my first feedsack fabric, and it definitely will not be my last! :) The embroidered doily was a free gift with my purchase of the rose fabric. Yay, for free vintage goodness!
Here is a close up of the feedsack. I love the floral design with the tiny stripes! It is a pretty pink, too!
Such beautiful floral embroidery, and the shape is fun! I have always wanted to make these lovely embroidered doilies or runners! They are just so sweet and add such a special touch to a table or dresser.
Okay, now this beautiful vintage fabric I purchased a couple of weeks ago on Etsy (I believe she still has more!!). Sorry, for not showing it to you earlier! I just feel in love with the design and colors! It is an upholstery cotton fabric from the 50's. This is a must have for your vintage fabric stash!
It is stunning in person! I love the large roses, the blue birds, and butterflies! The perfect spring fabric! I am not sure what my plans are for it, but I am sure it will become something most lovely! I might even use it in some of my handmade treasures for my shop. :)