Did you know that Marcus Fabrics has this collection of "New" Aged Muslins? This beautiful array of colored, overdyed muslins is a feast for your eyes to be sure. Marcus was the first company to bring you overdyed, aged muslins in the warm beige tones seen in the collection at the far right of the color card. They are all made from the highest quality goods and subtly bring that aged and worn feeling that we all love right into your quilts.
Recently, Marcus took aging their muslin collection a giant step further by dying the muslin in colors and then giving them the aged look the beige fabrics have. The results are stunning!
New Aged Muslin fabrics have that gentle shading and texture that is anything but flat! I'll be cutting them up and working them into my next scrappy quilt for sure. Just wanted to share a really good thing with you! Ask for them as your local quilt shop.
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Love the look of these solids.ReplyDelete
Those look so soft and would be great along with my scraps! Laura V.ReplyDelete
Love those aged muslins!ReplyDelete
I love using the aged muslin in my quilts and use it a lot! I'll be looking for the new ones--love them!ReplyDelete
Pam, I had no idea these fabrics existed. I can think of so many ways to use them! You are right they are perfect for combining with your repro fabrics! Does Marcus sell that swatch card? It would be a great design tool.ReplyDelete
I too love the muslins and these are going to be a hit!ReplyDelete
lovely shades of fabric here. There does not appear to be a download button for the block so I can print it off or am I not looking properlyReplyDelete
Wow! These muslins look gorgeous! I'm going to have to add this to my quilting shopping list! :-)ReplyDelete
Oooohhh...Love the new muslins! Pretty sure I'm going to need to add some of those to my stash!ReplyDelete
You know these are amazing when you already envision them in a project you had no intention of starting yet!! Going to have to get some of those!!!ReplyDelete
I absolutely love these new aged muslin fabrics!!! I NEED to get some for my stash!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing those aged muslins. They look wonderful. I will have to see whether I can get some in New Zealand.ReplyDelete
Wow--what gorgeous fabrics. Thanks for making us aware of them, Pam!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for picking my card as one your winners from the teddies challenge, it is such an honour.ReplyDelete
Thank you for all your hard work in making the challenge so successful, it's a shame that the challenge is ending but I can totally understand your reasons and wish you all the best.
Which Aged Muslin did you decide to use in the Circa 1880 Quilt?ReplyDelete