Isn't this the sweetest collection of fabric?
It looks like it has been around a LONG time, doesn't it?
Someone, a long time ago, hand pieced all those
little, itty bitty pieces together for something that she
would use in the kitchen everyday.
So very sweet. Don't you just wonder who the quilter was?ReplyDelete
What's not to love about 30s prints? Where did you find/get this?ReplyDelete
mama pea - The thrift store!ReplyDelete
It's very pretty! I love the soft, faded colors. It's very homey :)ReplyDelete
Yes, I am in love. That is just gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I can just imagine the quilter deciding that she didn't want to throw out all those itty bitty pieces of beloved fabrics and this idea suddenly popping into her head to make for her kitchen. Then the smile that adorned her face every time she pulled it out to use it, all proud of herself for not wasting these little lovlies...........well, it could have happened that way, don't you think?ReplyDelete
It's the most beautiful hot pad I have ever seen, Beth!ReplyDelete
That is darling! I never score such lovely items at the thrift store, I just bring home junker sewing machines :)ReplyDelete
A lucky find indeed.ReplyDelete
What a little treasure! It's just like a jewel box.ReplyDelete
This is just lovely. What a great find.ReplyDelete
Yes, I love it. I have started collecting thesse in my stash. My great-grandma made lots of quilts with materials like these... it gives me warm fuzzies... they are all VERY tempting. :)ReplyDelete