PKM and a 1930s Assortment

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PKM and a 1930s Assortment via cottagemagpie.com
PKM and a 1930s Assortment via cottagemagpie.com
PKM and a 1930s Assortment via cottagemagpie.com
PKM and a 1930s Assortment via cottagemagpie.com

Did any of you get fabric for Christmas? Me neither. But I *did* get a gift certificate to the local fabric store. I'll be excited to use that. In the meantime, I did splurge a bit on fabric for myself. I had to take my poor sewing machine up to a quilt shop in a town over an hour away to be repaired for a large-but-not-exhorbitant amount of money, and while I was there I just had, had, had to buy some of the 1930s reproduction fabrics. I really can't get enough of them.

I also may have gotten a little carried away on Fabric.com ordering some Christmas-y fabrics for next year, too. You know how I have all that white and red in my bedroom at Christmas now, and I was thinking how cute it would be if I had some pillowcases in bright red or bright green or bright aqua to kind of add some excitement, right?

PKM and a 1930s Assortment via cottagemagpie.com
PKM and a 1930s Assortment via cottagemagpie.com

Well, I went looking, and this is what I found. Check out this fantastic bright red floral print from PamKittyMorning. I luuuuurve it. It's called "Love's Bouquet" and I know it's not a Christmas fabric, but it seems really Christmas-y to me.

PKM and a 1930s Assortment via cottagemagpie.com
PKM and a 1930s Assortment via cottagemagpie.com

Once I started looking at PamKittyMorning fabric I kind of couldn't stop. Isn't this pretty pink floral just so perfect? It's called "Pam Kitty Floral with Cherries." The bright green one is called "Tiny Floral." I couldn't stop!

The lavender one isn't a PKM. It's an Aunt Grace 30's reproduction that's meant to be pillowcases for Baby Girl.

Did I mention how much I love 1930's feedsack reproduction fabrics?

PKM and a 1930s Assortment via cottagemagpie.com
PKM and a 1930s Assortment via cottagemagpie.com

OH, I love them, yes I do.

Now the question is, can I bear to cut them up????

Do you love fabric? What do you love? Do you have trouble cutting it up?

~Angela :-)
~Angela :-)
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