I had never heard of Dutch Wax prints before you posted the other day. These are beautiful. What a neat collection!
I can understand why it's taken you so long to think about cutting them; they are gorgeous!Sue
Those are just beautiful! You have now inspired me to do a post on my African collection. Thanks for sharing!
Those are beautiful - I can just imagine all kinds of beautiful things coming from this fabric. Lucky you!Marie
those are really great - I can very much see why cutting into them is hard to do!!Karenhttp://karensquilting.com/blog/
These fabrics are all gorgeous. The two at the bottom are fabulous -- and can't wait to see what you make with them!
Congratulations to your daughter Vicki on her show piece. I hope she had a wonderful evening at the opening.I love your Dutch wax batik pieces- I had never seen them before- It is hard to cut into some fabrics- These ones you want to show off the beautiful prints and they are probably quite large in design. I am sure you will come up with something beautiful.Warmest regards,Anna
I've got some of that second one - but with a gold background. I used it in one still unfinished quilt...
These fabrics and the ones you had on an earlier post are really beautiful. Thank you for sharing!
thanks for a look at the dutch wax fabric never heard of it before they all look like they would make great comforters for the bed
I've just Googled "dutch wax fabrics" and now I know what you are talking about? Love the second bird one.
I had a few and used them. I'm not sorry. Using them is enjoying them. But to know that there will be no supply is sad. There is a way to have such patterns reprint at spoonflower.comIt is not cheap.But if a pattern is so unique and beautiful as the blue African landscape that you showed us recently, it might be worth a try!
I too have never seen Dutch Wax fabrics. They are truly works of art. I did not see them on Friday. I just clicked right over to Vicki's blog so fast that I missed them.J~MT
I think Heaven must be the opportunity to wander through your stash.
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