Vintage Textiles

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As a textile junkie I'm always on the lookout for vintage pieces. Some I keep; some I admire: some I sell on Etsy. https://www.etsy.com/shop/TextileTrove.

Susan Slotkis, Interior Design
A great Mid-Century Modern fabric for a skirt, or kitchen curtains - Grid &…

Colorful fabrics digitally printed by Spoonflower - Take 5 - 18in (teal)

Petal Signature Cotton Design #2496992 42" wide, 4.3 oz per sq yard Everyday-use cotton for quilting, crafts and apparel More White Estimated shrinkage: 2-3% in length and 4-5% in width Perfect for quilting, craft projects, costuming, toys and accessories.

Wrapping cloth, Ottoman empire, tulip design, late 17th century, silk…

Suzani Decor

Wrapping cloth, Ottoman empire, tulip design, late 17th century, silk embroidery, 122 x 112 cm. Courtesy of Sadberk Hanım Museum

Textile design. India, 18th century.

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The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world's greatest museum of art and design

Vintage 1970's fabric yardage. Love pink and orange together, bold!

70er Dekostoff

Klassischer original 70er Jahre Stoff mit tollem Muster. Der fest gewebte Stoff ist noch nicht gebraucht und von bester Qualität. Breite: 120 cm Material: Viskose, Baumwolle Firma: Home Fashion

Vintage fabric

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Sonia Delaunay textile

live fast

die young be wild and have fun

Anni Albers - Legendary Textile Designer

Explore & Buy Royalty-Free Stock Seamless Repeat Patterns & Print Trends

“A longing for excitement can be satisfied without external means within oneself: For creating is the most intense excitement one can come to know.” -

Henry Moore textile design C1950s - THE Henry Moore I wonder?

Good night, Posterous

Diamondhead Fabrics offers 27 Big Kahuna Fabrics retro barkcloth designs in 68 colourways

New source for retro barkcloth - 27 patterns, 68 colorways, from Diamondhead Fabrics -

These days, finding barkcloth to use for window treatments, pillows and other fabric accents can be a difficult and expensive endeavor. The price of vintage..

Chinese Art Deco carpet circa 1930. Gorgeous!

Codoson Windows | Interior Kitchen Designs & Redesigns | Kitchen Renovations - Let Remodel Everything With Codoson

I made this skirt two years ago; there were problems from the get-go. I only bought one yard of this glorious fabric, and essentially wrapped it around myself and sewed the ends together. Sure, there are a few darts in there, but the point is that I used all that I had, and it just barely fit. By fit, I mean that I could zip it, but movement was a problem. More specifically, sitting down and breathing simultaneously were problems. The skirt got shelved. When I got home from my semester…

A metal thread-embroidered velvet Panel   Northern India, circa 1900

A metal thread-embroidered velvet Panel Northern India, circa 1900

A metal thread-embroidered velvet Panel Northern India, circa 1900

Detail from a Kente cloth from the Ewe people of Ghana, 19th century, Silk and Cotton, British Museum, London

Living Tradition | American Craft Council

Detail from a Kente cloth from the Ewe people of Ghana, 19th century, Silk and Cotton, British Museum, London

Vintage Kantha Quilt Throw in Burnt Orange

These vintage blankets are all so wonderfully soft and lovely, they really have to be seen and touched to appreciate their full gorgeousness, charm and beauty!! I can't say enough how special they really are :) They have been made using vintage fabrics which have been pieced together and then hand sewn together using tiny stitches to make a beautiful quilt. They are reversible so both sides show a different pattern. As the fabrics are old, you may find a slight stain or a hole that has been…

floral neoclassical design c.1850...romantic...

Color schemes in 19th C French textiles, part 5 (green)

French-treasures - French antique textiles and vintage French fabrics

Africa | Detail from an 'nbol' from the Shoowa Kuba people of DR Congo | Raffia, embroidered with black yellow and ochre colours.

carré d'étoffe, ||| african & oceanic art

Africa | Detail from an 'nbol' from the Shoowa Kuba people of DR Congo | Raffia, embroidered with black yellow and ochre colours.