MODA Regency Romance by Christopher Wilson Tate
Christopher's collection of antique quilts reflect his extensive travels through the British Isles.
His many English Georgian and Regency-period quilts contain designs dating from 1770 to 1820, designs that have been faithfully reproduced for Regency Romance. Reminiscent of the romantic era of Jane Austen in colour and scale, each print bears a well-known name from the period – Emma, Jane, Emily and Diana. The original quilt that inspired this collection is over 200 years old, and is a beautiful, faded floral English chintz patchwork from the Regency Period.
We have a choice of:
A Jelly Roll consists of 40 pieces of fabric; 2½" width, 44" length strips. They are individual strips (not joined together) In total there is just over 2½ metres of fabric in one roll.
A collection of 42 pieces of fabric each 10 inch square.
42 x 5 inch squares of fabric.