Regency Ballycastle Chintz

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  • Regency Ballycastle Chintz 18th Century Off White Light Blue 108-Inch Quilt Back by Christopher Wilson Tate

    108″ REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th  CENTURY:  Off White Light Blue

    R450.00/m

    Regency Ballycastle Chintz 18th Century Off White Light Blue 108-Inch Quilt Back by Christopher Wilson Tate

    20.93 in stock

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  • Regency Ballycastle Chintz 18th Century Off White 108-Inch Quilt Back by Christopher Wilson Tate

    108″ REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th CENTURY:  Off White

    R450.00/m

    Regency Ballycastle Chintz 18th Century Off White 108-Inch Quilt Back by Christopher Wilson Tate

    18.84 in stock

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  • Regency Ballycastle Chintz 18th Century Skylight Blue 108-Inch Quilt Back by Christopher Wilson Tate

    108″ REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th CENTURY: Skylight Blue

    R450.00/m

    Regency Ballycastle Chintz 18th Century Skylight Blue 108-Inch Quilt Back by Christopher Wilson Tate

    17.54 in stock

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  • Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th CENTURY:  Ballybofey English Blue

    R245.00/m

    Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    2.9 in stock

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  • Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th CENTURY:  Ballybofey Off White Light Blue

    R245.00/m

    Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    2 in stock

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  • Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th CENTURY:  Ballybofey Skylight

    R245.00/m

    Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    2 in stock

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  • Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th CENTURY:  Ballykelly English Blue

    R245.00/m

    Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    0.54 in stock

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  • Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th CENTURY:  Drumshanbo English Blue

    R245.00/m

    Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    4.25 in stock

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  • Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th CENTURY:  Fintona Off White

    R245.00/m

    Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    3 in stock

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  • Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th CENTURY:  Fintona Off White Light Blue

    R245.00/m

    Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    4.05 in stock

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  • Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th CENTURY:  Greyabbey English Blue

    R245.00/m

    Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    3.95 in stock

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  • Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    REGENCY BALLYCASTLE CHINTZ 18th CENTURY:  Greyabbey Off White

    R245.00/m

    Regency Ballymore Chintz 18th Century is the newest fabric collection from Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda Fabrics.

    Wilson-Tate is an antique quilt collector, and these fabrics are inspired by one of his favourite quilts – an 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt.  He named the quilt Ballycastle as reference to the town in Northern Ireland where he purchased the quilt.  The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure.

    Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colours are similar to what they originally would have been.

    1.9 in stock

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