Dating fabrics eileen jahnke trestain
🙂 I am soooo in love with the color, the softness of the fabric, and the delicate way it hangs off the dress form!I knew that I wanted to create a 1940’s dress for this month’s sewing post, however I wasn’t sure what to do.
These swatches had been torn out of a sample book, was my guess.I decided to create a simple dress but add in a few extra touches with the lace collar and small lace details on the sleeve. I also used my 1930’s block pattern to create the simple jacket. At the age of 10, her grandmother introduced her to quilting, which began a lifelong interest. Over 1,000 color fabric swatches are listed in this handy, easy-to-use reference guide. Are you a fabric collector, quilt collector, appraiser, or antiques collector who needs to know specifics about fabrics or quilts? She continued her interest in quilting and began to collect and study quilting patterns. Are you a fabric collector, quilt collector, appraiser, or antiques collector who needs to know specifics about fabrics or quilts? It will help you identify, date, and recognize antique fabrics and their uses in quilts and clothing. You ll be able to identify fabric dating from the pre-1830 era through the Second World War. Then this book is for you It will help you identify, dat.