Antique fabrics

Add a touch of timeless elegance to your home with antique fabrics. Explore a wide range of ideas to incorporate vintage textiles into your decor and create a unique and nostalgic atmosphere.
Norwich pattern books A record of cloth patterns available for purchase by customers. They survive from cloth producers in Norwich, England, and they are truly one of a kind: a showcase of cloth slips with handwritten numbers next to them for easy reference. The two lower images are from a pattern book of the Norwich cloth manufacturer John Kelly, who had such copies shipped to overseas customers in the 1760s. Tela, Patchwork, Handwritten Numbers, Cloth Patterns, Victorian Fabric, Norwich England, John Kelly, Easy Reference, Antique Fabrics

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Norwich pattern books A record of cloth patterns available for purchase by customers. They survive from cloth producers in Norwich, England, and they are truly one of a kind: a showcase of cloth slips with handwritten numbers next to them for easy reference. The two lower images are from a pattern book of the Norwich cloth manufacturer John Kelly, who had such copies shipped to overseas customers in the 1760s.

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Nain. de.Jardin
Depicting a beautiful Italian urn complete with flowers and curls, Villa Di Castello was scanned from the underside of the archival document to achieve a naturally imperfect quality The faded colors complement the distress impression to create a unique antiquity100% cotton54" +100% cottonMedium Upholstery Cut Velvet Upholstery, Farmhouse Chairs, Handy Woman, Designer Upholstery Fabric, Faded Colors, Embroidery Hearts, Waverly Fabric, Making Glass, Modern Vintage Home

Waverly Lapis Villa Di Castello Cotton Linen Blend Fabric

Depicting a beautiful Italian urn complete with flowers and curls, Villa Di Castello was scanned from the underside of the archival document to achieve a naturally imperfect quality The faded colors complement the distress impression to create a unique antiquity100% cotton54" +100% cottonMedium Upholstery

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Karen Ingle
French Fabric, Antique Fabrics, Linens And Lace, Antique Textiles, French Country Style, French Decor, Stone House, The Stone, Vintage Textiles

Confessions of a Fabricaholic!

A few years ago, when I had my little shop, a lovely lady walked through the door one day. She turned out to be an antique textile dealer and her knowledge on the subject was vast. We have kept in contact since that first meeting and sometimes catch up at vintage fabric sales or other such events. Her stock was always a joy to behold and the tempting collections of fabrics and trims were unsurpassed. She has now decided it is time to retire and to move on some of her most treasured pieces. I…

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