Our Serpentine Vine fabric is reproduced from an antique garment held in The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation collections dating from 1740 - 1760. The printed fabric on the original garment was used for the lower portion of a lining on an embroidered petticoat. This Colonial Williamsburg reproduction fabric is made of 100% cotton and is a quilting weight. Use it to make 18th century clothing, for home decorating projects, quilting, or other crafts.
- Colors of red, green, black, and cream
- Reproduction fabric
- 100% cotton
- 8" pattern repeat
- Printed design is 43"W / 44" W with selvedge
- WILLIAMSBURG exclusive!
Please note: Fabric is sold by the yard and is not returnable. Multiple yards will be cut in one continuous piece. A maximum of 25 yards per cut applies to this product.
Machine wash warm, tumble dry on low, warm iron. Do not use chlorine bleach.
The original fabric that inspired our reproduction fabric can be found on object #1971-1563 in our collections. The block printed fabric was used on the lower portion of the petticoat as a lining. See the original garment in our digital collections here.
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I made pillowcases of grey linen and use this for an accent ruffle on the edge. I absolutely love the look. My ruffle was a double layer; longer gray one under this fabric. Love it.
This is beautiful, high quality cotton cloth. I washed and dried it and the fabric came out soft and unwrinkled. It could make beautiful pillow covers or tablecloth or napkins, but I will sew it into a shirt for grown son.