A delightful find, these craft rectangles can be used to make pillows (use as fronts and combine with a different fabric for backs or buy two and make it reversible), or for small message boards, tote fronts, framed as art, patched into quilts, cut away for appliqué, and more!
Original vintage bird fabric from Greeff’s 1970 “Audubon’s Warblers” #56182 in the archive and part of their Nature’s Heritage Collection. Made in conjunction with the National Wildlife Federation.
Choose from four designs:
WILSON’S WARBLERS: The birds are in a tree with deeply cut leaves in an array of shades from chartreuse to butternut to olive, sage, and seafoam. Punctuated by millennial pink and dusty rose flowers. Three available.
SWAINSON’S WARBLER: In a shrub with loping, pointed leaves depicted in an array of shades from yellow to chartreuse to avocado, sage, and seafoam. Punctuated by millennial pink and dusty rose honeysuckle-like flowers with two butterflies flitting nearby. Four available.
BACHMAN’S WARBLER: The black, yellow, and teal bird is perched on a flower stem with the flower blooming below and berried leaves above. Yellow, black, avocado, chartreuse, teal, white, butternut squash skin, and salmon. Four available.
CANADA WARBLER: Two birds flit on a millennial pink rhododendron. The birds are brown, black, teal, and illuminating yellow, while the leaves are chartreuse, sage, khaki, and brown, and the flowers dusty rose and millennial pink. Two available.
All four designs harmonize with one another.
SIZE: 16″ high by 13″ wide.
MORE: See scrap portions for quilting etc. here.