(6704) Booby Bird. Booby Bird in grey with pistachio (I would call it chartreuse) beak and feet on ivory background, 100% cotton (retail price $100 per yard). This adorable and mischievous bird is pictured dancing the day away with his family and friends. Lined with “Feathers Canal Slub” which is pattern of bold modern feathers in chartreuse, lime green, aqua, navy blue, and grey on white background; silver grey straps. [on consignment]
(6707) Terry Toucan #1. Terry the Toucan, in charcoal grey and honey gold on a sky blue background, is bursting with color and personality on this cheerful 100% cotton fabric (retail price $150 per yard). Lined with “Angelo Fountain Slub”, which is a pattern of turquoise, teal, and white dots in stripes in a marquis pattern on a grey background; silver grey straps.
(6710) Terry Toucan #2. This tote is the same as Terry Toucan #1, except that it has an outside panel of “Free Dots Canal”, which is a pattern of grey, charcoal, peach, and white large polka dots on turquoise background. [on consignment]
(6722, 6724) Swallows on Wedgewood #1. Large Swallows in beige, grey, and cream flying across background of Wedgewood blue, fabric content 49% linen, 38% cotton, 13% nylon (retail price $200 per yard); lined with “Target Cornstalk” (solid dark beige); khaki (golden beige) straps. I have machine washed and dried this fabric for aprons that I sewed, and it came out fine. [both sold] Matching adult aprons are available.
(6726) Swallows on Wedgewood #2. This tote is the same as Swallows on Wedgewood #1, except that it has natural color straps. I have machine washed and dried this fabric for aprons that I sewed, and it came out fine. Matching adult aprons are available. [on consignment]
(6728) Geese on Beige. This print is called “Elysian Geese”. There are realistic Geese in shades of brown and green flying across a linen colored background of fabric that is 90% cotton and 10% linen (retail price $244 per yard). There is a narrow vertical strip of dark taupe on one side of each of the outside panels. Lined with light sage green; camouflage straps. [on consignment]
(6730) Geese on Forest Green. This print is called “Elysian Geese”. There are realistic Geese in shades of beige, taupe, and purple flying across a forest green colored background of velour fabric that is 100% cotton pile on a backing of 88% cotton and 12% polyester (retail price $344 per yard). The colors are subtle and stunning, and the photo doesn’t do them justice. There is a narrow vertical strip of plum (purple) bull denim on the patterned panel of the outside, and the back panel is that same plum bull denim. Lined with “Riverbed Lasso Slub Canvas” which is a print of white raindrops on dark taupe background; forest green straps. [on consignment]
(6733) Turquoise Birds on Pale Green and Cream. This print is called “Dancers”, and it has modernistic birds in turquoise and teal on a background of swirled pale sage green and cream fabric that is 100% linen (retail price $169 per yard). The bottom of the outside is “Chenoa Inigo”, which is a geometric print in teal, blue, grey, white, and tan. Lined with solid pale sage green; turquoise straps. [on consignment]
(6745) Lyrebird Tiles #1. This print called “Lyrebird” features elegant bird tails that form the four corners of a large elaborately patterned square which makes a tile repeat, in many muted colors including shades of grey, beige, coral, fuchsia, pale blue, and turquoise on a black background fabric that is 51% linen, 37% cotton, and 12% nylon (retail price $94 per yard). There is a narrow vertical strip of “Newderry Onyx”, vertical stripes of barrel-shaped beads in dark taupe on a black background. Lined with solid black; black straps. [sold]
(6747) Lyrebird Tiles #2. This tote is the same as Lyrebird Tiles #1 except that the back panel of the outside is Newderry Onyx with a vertical strip of turquoise twill in the middle; and it has silver grey straps. [on consignment]
These are all designer fabrics from FabMo, and recommended cleaning instructions are not known. Upholstery and drapery fabric frequently recommend spot cleaning, which would imply that dry cleaning is also appropriate.