talks about one of our favorite, timeless prints on today's session of Flashback Friday!
are a classic print with a lot of variety. Small, simple stripes were often
referred to as "Neat Stripes" a century or more ago.
Flower block, about 1850. Two stripes better than one.
neat stripe can be the background or the featured fabric, depending on its
from about 1880.
stripes were quite the fashion for quilts and clothing after the Civil War, up
into the 20th century.
from about 1880 in madder-style stripes.
know how careful we all are at matching stripes? If you're going for a period look, don't worry so much!
Are you ready to try Neat Stripes for your next project? Check out some of the great prints that Fat Quarter Shop has in stock now to help you achieve this look! (Click photos to shop!)
Labels: Barbara Brackman, Flashback Friday, Moda Fabric