Designed by quilt historian Barbara Brackman, Richmond Reds, is a line of mid- to late-19th century reproductions with each print named after an American town, north and south. The signature print is a reproduction of a mid-19th century floral called Springfield, after Lincoln's hometown. The collection is not all red, but the classic madder red of the 1840-1880 era is the theme. There's also a subdued bronze shade of green, several rich browns.... There's even a patriotic print, a small outlined star from right after the American Civil War. Also included is a romanticized sepia colourway Barbara has named Aged.
- 40 co-ordinating Moda patchwork & quilting fabric strips from the Richmond Reds collection.
- Each strip is 2½" x 44" wide approximately, over 2½ metres of fabric in total.
- This image below shows a selection of the different fabrics included in this Jelly Roll.
- 100% cotton, patchwork and quilting fabric.
- Makes an ideal gift for any patchworker!