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Fat Quarter 2-Packs

Fat Quarter 2-Packs
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Red ikatsPink screenprintsEarthySpots and StripesCurious BirdsDazzleFish and FowlBold stripesFlower motifsBluebirds and FloralCurious birds IIBold RedsAll RedsFat Quarter 2-PacksIndigo & RedElephantsRed FloralsBlue FloralRed Florals llRed Motifs
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Packs of two fat quarters for your stitching pleasure.

There may be Indian block prints, from Gujarat and Rajasthan, and khadi (handspun and handwoven) stripes and solids from Karnataka as well as screenprint designs in a block print style and some woven ikat fabrics.

The ikats are created by first painstakingly tying and dyeing warp threads, setting up the loom to space out the motifs across the fabrics and then weaving a solid weft colour across the fabric (single ikat cloths) When this effect is also created with weft threads it is called double ikat.

All fabrics are cotton and vary from medium to lightweight. Fabric widths also vary - different weavers weave different sizes. All fabrics should be at least 50cm in one dimension but will vary in the other.

BLUEBIRDS and FLORAL - two FQs - a light bright overall blockprint of flowers teamed with those delicate hummingbird types on a white ground

BLUE FLORAL - two FQs - one indigo blues on a white ground and the other bold white floral and paisley on and indigo ground

BOLD REDS - two FQs - two contrasting block print patterns in strong reds on white lightweight cotton - a jolly floral and a simple stripe

CURIOUS BIRDS - two FQs - two indigo block prints, one featuring ghostly birds in flight and the other a white resist print leaf design on a darker ground

CURIOUS BIRDS II - two FQs - two indigo block prints, one featuring ghostly birds in flight and the other a white resist maple leaf design on a solid dark ground

ELEPHANTS - two FQs - rows of little pale pink elephants on a strong pink ground and a bigger pattern of elephants large and small on an indigo ground

FLOWERS and HEXIES - two FQs - a simple repeating black outline flower print on a madder red ground, and contrasting hexagon design in similar shades

HEXAGON PAIR - two FQs - two lightweight cottons with six sided motifs. These resist prints have a pleasing subtelty and work well with natural coloured linens and vintage cottons

INDIGO & RED - two FQs - a traditional floral block on madder red teamed with a smaller red/brown motif on indigo

SPOTS and STRIPES - two FQs - two indigo resist block prints, one featuring bold white spots on a subtle floral ground and the other two tone stripes on dark indigo

PINK SCREENPRINTS - two FQs - a bold repeat flower motif on a solid pink ground and a slightly heavier weight cotton with an overall ikat-effect design

RED FLORALS ll- two FQs - two overall patterns: red and grey on a white ground, and white with indigo outlining on a deep red ground

RED FLORALS - two FQs - a bold red and white seed pod and leaves print and a traditional floral block on madder red

RED MOTIFS - two FQs - tiny white on red, and bold red on white!

RED IKATS - two FQs - rich red (not orange) single ikat designs, one a white dash effect and the other a detailed pattern woven strips

BLUE IKATS - two FQs - a single ikat white dash effect design on Copenhagen blue and a striking double ikat design in white on deep blue

These are fabric packs. They don't contain instructions.

A pack is posted in a slim, letterbox-friendly box or bag if purchased on its own.

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Wonderful fabrics*****Posted by Steven R on June 23 2022 at 14:35Love these quirky prints. I picked up the blue elephants pack and they'll be lovely to use in some of my appliqué projects.
Customer rating:*****


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