1.2m Remnant Small Daisy Black Hope Chest Penny Rose fabrics
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During the Great Depression of the 1930's there was a great revival of Quilting. The hard times brought a strong desire for women to socialise. Quilting became a popular way for women to fulfill their desire to be creative while still making something practical for her family. To keep expenses to a minimum, women would find quilting materials from many different sources such as sewing scraps, out-grown clothing and feed sacks.
Enjoy these happy bright colours and designs that bring a little remembrance of an era that looked forward to better times.
Designed by Erin Turner at Penny Rose fabrics for Riley Blake, this cotton print is perfect for quilting, apparel and home decoration accents.
100% Premium Cotton
Weight: Mid-weight (dressmaking/quilting)
Fabric is 44/45" (111/114cm) Wide
Brand:Penny Rose Fabrics