Saturday, May 16, 2009

Regency Dandy Circa 1810 !

A Quick Post is a good one, so here I go!

I think I have just about caught up on Replies and I promise not to get behind again! There's lots more Browsing and Commenting I want to do.

Have lots to talk about later on the articles in the latest Down Under Quilts magazine, but will leave that until next time - thanks to all who have commented already!

Look at the above - with all the repro projects I want to do I ordered some metreage on sale from Sophie at Materialise - as you can see by the title 1810 - who would believe it - not everyone's cup of tea, but I certainly love the range - the package of fat-quarters on the right, must be a gift, thank you so much Sophie! It was a thrill to open the parcel late yesterday!

Happy Weekend!

16 Lovely People said ...:

Kathie said...

I have been saving these fabrics in a separate closet for a special quilt!
They will be added to my princess feather quilt and yes I may make a few baskets out of them, I know lots of people will ask me are they really repros!
Kathie
your in another magazine???
haven't found the first one yet here in the USA now I have to look for 2
your becoming famous!!!!!

Micki said...

We must think alike...I ordered some fabrics and posted them. Have fun with your projects!
Micki

Cardygirl said...

Gorgeous colours...love the name too!

Julia said...

Hard to think of them as repros...I love the blue and purple ones the best..
Hugs Julia ♥

Janet said...

The Regency Dandy fabrics will add a spark of colour for sure. They are definitely unlike repros but very yummy.

Stephanie said...

What unusual fabrics. Very nice. I think they'll be great in whatever project you have in mind.

Kaaren said...

They are repros? I never would have guessed. I love the colors...so avant garde for the era. Are they unique to OZ? I must do a search because I love them!

Shari said...

These sure look bright for 1810! Love 'em!
Hugs - Shari

Kristie said...

How pretty! This is the first time that I have saw those fabrics! I love them! So bright and cheery!
Kristie

Rumi said...

Oh, I know you will come up with something wonderful to make with these fabrics!

Wendy said...

I never would have guessed those fabrics as being repro's...very bright. I look forward to seeing what you'll be doing with them.

Maree said...

Nice Fabrics & a Gift that's even better...lucky you..quite bright for their era...will look Gorgeous made up...
cheers

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

1812, I would never had thought that, I love them, especially the pink!!

Lisa said...

LOVE your fabric ... it is so girly and pretty!!

Catherine said...

Wow -- those fabrics are amazing! I've got to find some of those. They are reproduction prints I know I'd love to play with!

Pennie and David said...

OOOhhh how delicious do these fabrics look... I wonder if I need some? No... I have an obscene amount of fabric and I don't need any more. No... I have an obscene amount of fabric and I don't need any more. No... I have an obscene amount of fabric and I don't need any more!!!
Just had a lovely little fun catch up on your Blog Lurline! Thanks.