Vintage Folk Twill

These are vintage twill curtains that I bought from a thrift store years ago (and debated at the time whether I liked the print enough to buy it — crazy lady!). Now I love how it’s Penn-Dutch folky but a little less sweet/a little more wild than usual midcentury folk prints. I recently turned some into a pillow (using this House on the Hill tutorial). There is info in the selvage but unfortunately it’s half cut off and illegible.

Downloadable color palette on Kuler.

P.S., after a two-year hiatus, I’ve updated my sewing/craft blog, Dioramarama … it’s an entry about sewing knits (specifically a baby T from Meg McElwee‘s book Growing Up Sew Liberated). Check it!

4 Comments

  1. Cynthia says:

    Oh you are my soul sister for sure! This is freakin’ amazing! You lucky girl you!! Love that you are back to sewing for the new one! Congrats!!

  2. LeAnn says:

    What a find! Love that print.

  3. kathreen says:

    thanks for that Kuler link – need to investigate further!

  4. jenn hill says:

    I have a small piece of this same fabric in a different colorway. I love it so very much. I doubt I will be able to bring myself to cut into it.