Trailing Blossoms on Red fabric is a reproduction 18th-century fabric from the Colonial Williamsburg collections. This lovely floral historic pattern has vines of dark pink, peach, and dark green/blue buds and blossoms on a dark red background. 100% lightweight quilting cotton. Sold by the yard. Orders of multiple yards of the same pattern will be cut in one continuous piece.
*Cut fabric is non-returnable
- Dark pink, peach and cream flowers and buds, dark green/blue leaves, red ground
- Reproduction fabric
- 100% lightweight quilting cotton
- 8" Pattern repeat
- 43/44" W
Machine wash, warm. Tumble dry on low, warm iron. Do not use chlorine bleach.
Our collection of reproduction 18th-century fabrics are inspired by, and adapted from, the Colonial Williamsburg textile collections. This pattern is adapted from a collection of bed curtains dated 1750-1790. The original cotton fabric features a European block-print floral vine with a red-ground and floral motif. Object # 1937-165,2A. Visit the online collections to see this item.
Summary from the curator:
"This costly curtain is part of a set that once hung in a lavish European house. The set probably included window curtains and hangings for a tall-post bed. Measuring almost fourteen feet in length, each curtain has a different white-ground Indian chintz at its center, bordered by dark-ground European block-printed textiles."