Thursday, 21 January 2010

Vintage French laundry bag, such pretty floral fabric

Don't you think this fabric is adorable? Nothing sharp about it, the pattern is soft and gentle. I can see this laundry bag hanging from a bed post, or a pretty hook, even a door handle. This is a lovely vintage fabric, so soft from being laundered many times I should think. The laundry sack measures approx. 21 1/2 inches wide by 26 inches long. It has a little name tag sewn inside with the name Robert Andre ( Family name comes first in France ), so it looks as if this actually belonged to a boy. There are a couple of tiny areas of wear on the back ( I call it the back because thats where the seam is ). You could very easily cover that with the lucky owner's initials, a couple of buttons, a fabric flower, all sorts. Or simply ignore it. Or, shock horror, you could cut it up and use this delicious fabric in a project, lol. £8.00 SOLD, thank you


Dorthe said...

What a beautifull fabric, I love it too, so wonderfull colors.
Such a great find.

xo Dorthe

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Anni's Art said...

Thanks for sweet comments and for visiting my blog, lovely vintage bag.

catieann said...

beautiful fabrics and the vintage feed sacks are so wonderful. I also collect them here in america.
maybe you would like to do a trade?
thank you for visiting my blog and entering my owoh giveaway
good luck

Ann Creek said...

You're laundry bag is soooo pretty. My mom and mother-in-law used these every wash day back in the 50's and 60's. I believe I still have one of them. Thank you for visiting my blog. It's so nice when someone from the other side of the world visits.

Ann Creek
Tin and sparkle

Karen- The Graphics Fairy said...

I love the pattern on the fabric! The colors are just right for Valentine's Day!

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Barbara Jean said...

Hey girl.
I'm so sorry for your disappointment!
I know how it feels when I have not won something I really really wanted!!

We will have another one soon. =))

Blessings. Have a super week!

barbara jean

vintage wil said...

What a beautiful work!
Thanks for you lovely comments on my blog.
Yes I make everything itself.

sissie said...

Oh, this is so sweet. Don't you just love the soft, worn fabrics of long ago. The color is so lovely.


Florence and Mary said...

That fabric certainly is adorable.

Victoria xx

Anneke said...

beautiful fabric bags and i like them all very much.
i love also to create fabric stuff

Duchess of Tea said...

Adorable fabric, I love it. I share your frustration with loading photos.

Love & Hugs

Myrna said...

Hi Lululiz! Thanks for popping in and leaving sweet comments on my blog! You have a darling blog..full of vintage goodness to enjoy!
Have a lovely day!

Marydon Ford said...

What a lovely bag & gorgeous fabric. I see you have feedsacks, we have over 3,000 vintage feedsacks but no advertising, such as yours. Pop over & take a peek.

Have a fabulous week, my friend.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Holly Loves Art said...

Thanks so much for being so sweet and stopping by my blog. This fabric is scrumptious! Have a great day.

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