Early Cotton Sewing Fabric Lambs in Pique Weave; a very hard to find fabric from the mid 1920s to mid 1930s. It may be a bit older. It measures 30 inches from finished selvage to finished selvage. This is the characteristic to date the fabric. It is 5 running yards. It is a rare fabric. To find this much in such a long length is very, very uncommon.
White lambs and, fences with yellow flowers and tiny green leaves are printed on a true pink field. The pique texture is a dobby finish. This gives an extra texture and depth to this lightweight cotton.
All in mint condition. No stains, holes or odors. From a smoke free home.
If you are a textile collector, this is a wonderful find. If you can bring yourself to cut into it; some sweet projects are waiting to be made, clothing for adults or children. This is just the sweetest print. Let your imagination go for a special DIY project.
This material is part of huge collection gathered over the years by a mother and daughter. They collected ribbon, lace, linens and all things textile. See my other listings for MORE of their lifetime collection that spans 100 years.
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Early Cotton Sewing Fabric Lambs in Pique Weave