10/23/13

Promoting QUILTER BLOGS and 1930's REPRO's

Here are the 1930's Reproduction Fabrics I've been promising to add to the Quilt Store and More ETSY Shop. 
These may be the hardest yet to part with....they are my FAVORITES....and as far as I know
 most if not all of them are out of production.
~~~For those of you that are new to CollectInTexas BlogShop~~~
 I owned a 'Brick and Mortar' quilt shop from 1996 through 2005, and now I've joined the online Quilt World with A Quilt Store and More ETSY Shop. My 'Niche' in the ever growing and competitive online fabric shopping world is my 'Inventory and Stash' from the years of buying and selling quality quilt fabrics from top designers and manufacturers.  Now it's time to reduce my Stash again by offering these hard to find fabrics to you for below the 2005 market value and certainly at great savings based on today's prices per yard.  I hope you will browse my BlogShop Pages accessible via the TABS under the Header or the BlogShop Page Photos on the Sidebar. 
QuilterBlogs
Here is another NEW addition to the Sidebar! 
I'm excited and pleased to have been accepted to QuilterBlogs.com,
a World Wide Quilters Community on the www.
This is my first post to be posted there
...so if you have clicked in from there...
WELCOME!
Click on ETSY Link to view this 30's Playtime Series by MODA in A Quilt Store and More.
It's the first of the 1930's Reproduction Fabrics I will be listing...check back often for more.
You also might be interested in the Vintage Fabrics....Flour and Feed Sacks.
As I mentioned, these Reproduction Fabrics are hard to part with.  However, I have many examples of Original 1930's Fabrics like these in the photos of  a 'Rescue Quilt Top' from that era.  I posted about it on From Flour/Feed Sacks To Quilt Treasure.  It is rare to be able to keep a Rescue piece all in original fabrics...that's when the Reproductions come in handy.  Such was the case with Sue To The Rescue of Sunbonnet Sue.
 
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Linking To:
How Sweet The Sounds BLOG SHOP
627 Handworks THURSDAY THREADS
Quilt Infatuations NEEDLE AND THREAD THURSDAY
Colorado Lady's VINTAGE THINGY THURSDAY

13 comments:

  1. Wow Sue - congrats on the new way of doing business.

    Hope that all is well.

    Enjoy the rest of your week!
    Leann

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  2. Thanks, Leann...It is a real learning curve after having a brick and mortar store. It's good to be back in the quilting/sewing mode.

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  3. I do not know a thing about quilting, but love and own many. You have some great fabrics to offer. Should have no problem moving it.

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  4. Thanks LV...I've enjoyed seeing your collection of quilts through the years of blogging with you. Of course you know I admire your Sunbonnet Sue Quilts the most.

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  5. I've seen some really cute quilts made with the 30's playtime by Moda fabrics. It is a fun collection!

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  6. one of my very fave quilts was one with 30's prints. Everyone said, that can't be yours! You like brights. Well I also like whimsy.
    LeeAnna Paylor

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  7. Online store are putting so many brick and mortars out of business, sad to hear. But it sounds like your keeping up with the times! Well done! Love the feedsacks...temptation!

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  8. Congrats on your "new" business :) These 30's reproduction fabrics are adorable.

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  9. Nice to meet you, Sue! Love those fabrics. They are sew sweet! Do you have any recommendations on patterns that these would suit?

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  10. Thanks for stopping by my little blog- I'm impressed with you parting with all these beautiful fabrics, but I hope they all go to good, loving homes. I'm off to browse your shop, I love 30's fabrics!

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  11. Lorna...I do have a recommendation for this series of Playtime Fabrics. QUILTMAKER magazine's Big Block Baby patterns are perfect in that they showcase the focus fabric and the patterns are limited to three or four fabrics for a Crib size quilt. The Big Block Baby patterns are in all of the 2013 issues...several of which I have posted about. I've made all of them to date. Love the magazine and the patterns. I bet you will, too.

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  12. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier today. Returning the favor and loving your 1930's prints.

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  13. I'd say "good luck," but I don't think you need it. You're already a success! Keep it up, Friend.

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