Fanny's India Floral Fabric
The winding yet delicate floral design of Fanny's India Floral fabric is inspired by a reproduction of a skirt panel dated 1760-1790 in the Colonial Williamsburg collections. A perfect reproduction fabric for your home and quilting projects, or for 18th-century clothing. Sold by the yard. Orders of multiple yards of the same pattern will be cut in one continuous piece. Fabric is non-returnable.
- White, indigo, red, green
- Reproduction fabric
- 100% lightweight cotton
- Digitally printed with high quality fiber-reactive dyes
- OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified
- 8" pattern repeat
- 43/44" W Machine wash, warm
Wash by hand or on the gentle cycle in cool water. Line dry or tumble dry on air or low heat. Iron on the reverse side of the print on low. Do not use bleach.
A skirt panel fragment in our collections is the inspiration behind this reproduction 18th century fabric. (Object #1991-447). The original was made in India for export to the west. Learn more about this object in our online collections and be sure to visit the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg to see our textile collections in person.
Sustainability and Quality
We are very excited to be a part of the movement to make fabric production a safer and cleaner process for the planet and people. We are transitioning our reproduction fabrics over to a digitally printed process that is less impactful to the environment and is free of harmful chemicals. Our new digitally printed fabric meets OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 (look-up label #7099CIT). Learn more about this standard on the Oeko-Tex website.
We have worked closely with the same fabric mill that has always made our reproduction fabrics to assure our new digital prints retain the quality you have come to expect from the Colonial Williamsburg reproduction fabric line. Our digitally-printed fabrics are printed with fiber-reactive dyes - not pigments - and finished using the same process as our traditionally printed fabrics to assure colorfastness and minimize shrinkage. Our 100% cotton fabrics have a soft hand and drape and are lightweight. See the side-by-side photo of the traditionally printed fabric and the new digitally printed fabric above for comparison.
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I *LOVE* this fabric!! It is the most beautiful cotton chintz reproduction fabric. I made a 1790's open robe from this. The gown was mostly machine sewn with hand sewn hem and finishing touches. It sewed up so nice both ways! I plan on ordering this again soon to make a late 18th century jacket :)