I've been using more vintage fabric lately - some shops request only that - so one of the things on my list this past weekend was fabric. And I found some pretty ones, including a batch of already-cut quilt blocks that I'll show in another post.
This burgundy floral has the appearance of feedsack but is actually yardage — almost 6 yards worth!
I love the print on this. From a distance it looked like little dragonflies but is actually a pattern of blue ovals and black atomic-looking things on a white background. It's a smallish piece, less than a yard.
And finally we have a soft cotton with little blue, navy, and red pieces of china—teacups, saucers, plates, and pitchers. Someone had made this into a tea towel with blue bound edges; that half fell off in the wash so I removed it and will use this for the fabric.
Still need to scan the quilt blocks so I'll show you those next. Hint: there are three colorways of the same plaid fabric and a bunch of 1930s-40s prints!