The Mother Load

Ooopps! Just realized I left these out...
Brunschwig & Fils "La Pluie"
by Paule Marrot.
Great print and they both look great with the black chintz. The red works with the Clarence House and the cobalt looks good with the wide stripe and Thomas Paul.
$37.95/yd

 
























Here it is. The mother load of fabric remnants. My good friend Cheryle who has a workroom
 dropped off a bunch Friday, and I finally finished cleaning my office. 
I am actually quite overwhelmed by this, so I just opened an Etsy store because I don't want my blog to turn into fabric central. Its not opened yet, but I will be adding these and more to it as well as tons of vintage lighting, furniture and accessories.  I will let you guys know when it opens.
 In the mean time the following are free for the picking.
 I spent the day photographing fabric and dreaming up schemes. I've grouped a bunch together for you.
 Since I'm over run with testosterone in my house, lets start with "Girl's Room",...
I love this out of print Robert Kaufman "Melrose"...
Big huge peonies. Its much more vibrant in person. It is the hardest fabric to photograph... tried day and night.
See, here it is in daylight but it reads blue and there is NO blue in this...

 It has plum, deep lavender, hot pink and cream. Perfect for spring.
1 3/4 yds. Hard to find pattern. Would make killer pillows or bench.
First $32 takes the piece.
It goes great with the following...

6 yds of this wavy chevron stripe. Pink, magenta, lavender & orange.
Lightweight, enough for 2 panels of curtains.
$10/yd*
*note 44" wide


And how about chairs or a headboard from this fab magenta herringbone?
10 yds.
$10 yd

I seriously want to do my living room club chairs in this.
*47 " wide
OK. We have all been drooling over Jamie Meares bedroom. Now get the look.
Here is some kickass large scale black floral chintz. 80's called and they said we can keep it.

2 3/4 yds available
$15 yd or $35 for the piece.

It plays really well with others. How about updating it with some boho...

yellow, red, green and black ikat
3 1/4 yds
$15/yd

This blue Robert Kaufman looks great with it too.
13 10 yds available
$15/yd


This chintz has an extra awesomeness factor,a gold metallic faux bois background.
Come on!
5 yds available
$12/yd


Celerie Kemble Bleecker
$34/yd
SOLD
OK, time for the boys room. How about some big 4 1/4 inch stripes (same on both sides)...
Heavy cotton, great for upholstery or pillows.
1 yd piece
9 yd piece
$23/ yd

And a pillow out of Thomas Paul's "Forest" in blue.
1 Yd. $22
SOLD
Now for some classic Clarence House "Fauve". We have seen it all done up by Mr. Baldwin here.

Now do your own.
A nice heavy cotton. Would be great for upholstery or pillows.
2 yd piece
10 yd piece
7yd piece
$50/yd


I have 1 yd of Ashley Wilde's "Zahira " in coral
$20
Some silks...
Beige silk trellis.
1 3/4 yd piece for $28
SOLD

Tan and olive silk trellis.
3 yds
$12/yd

A 1/2 yard of some orange and aqua retrofabulous.
$7
SOLD
Aqua and white Chevron reversible outdoor fabric.
(I did this on my dining room chairs)
1 1/3+ yd for $15.
The above side is fine, but there are minor imperfections on back side.
If you are interestes in any of the above please email me (and include your zipcode so I can send you a shipping quote) and I will send you a Paypal invoice. 
ALSO... any of these fabrics can be made into pillows.  Cheryle is running a pillow cover special...
$28 for a knife edge with zipper
$38 for a self welt with zipper
Any size...16", 18", 20", 22"
(fabric sold separately , does not include insert)
Knife Edge Pillow Yardage:

 16 x 16            ½ yd
 18 x 18            ¾ yd
 20 x 20            ¾ yd
 22 x 22            1 yd

Welted Pillow Yardage:
 -Add the following yardage to knife edge yardage from above
 for total yardage  needed for welted pillow

 16 x 16            add  ¼ yd
 18 x 18            add ¼ yd
 20 x 20            add ¼ yd
 22 x 22            add ½ yd

6 comments:

Cara said...

Love them! They all have a very vintage vibe :)
<3 Cara
Lilac and Grey

things that sparkle said...

Wow, gorgeous fabrics! The chintz is my favorite

My Interior Life said...

Great fabrics! Can't wait for your Etsy store to get up and running!

Ashley said...

Oh, this is so exciting!! So many options to choose from...now I just need a project for all these lovely fabrics...

Heidi said...

Gorgeous! Trying to figure out how to add some of those fabrics to my place. And I'd be honored if an amazing artist like yourself reblogged my mural wall! Thanks so much!

Danielle {freshquince} said...

I'm so regretting stopping by here because I want a few yards of each of these fabulous fabrics. I think I need to differentiate between 'want' and 'need' right about now! I love the fabrics I already received and can't wait to use them in re-upholstering my vintage pieces...yay!

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