We are always looking for new horse fabrics.
And, for some time now, there have not been any…
So, we have been working with a company to bring back one of their patterns.
in two of the older colorways.
This horse hunt equestrian toile fabric
has been done as a line drawing,
and has a retro, modern feel to it.
We have it in blue and in a fresh spring green.
The backgrounds are tonal,
giving them the ability to blend with other colors.
What sets these apart from the horse fabrics we have in stock
is they are reverse toiles,
with the design being done in black and white,
on a colored background.
We also have this in two colored variations.
The orange and gold coloration has a very fall look.
It is really a monochromatic fabric,
punctuated by orange and gold.
The blue and red colorway gives a totally different effect
as the trees, horses, and dogs are also colored.
I like the way the horses intermingle and bridge the different scenic parts.
Two of our horse prints are in very short supply.
When a horse fabric that been popular is discontinued,
we buy all there is.
And, two of these are getting down in yardage, without much left.
We have no plans to run either of these.
Right now there is about 1/2 bolt of the Victorian Horse Riding Fabric.
This has several scenes.
One shows a couple taking a fence,
and there is the surprise of a fishing scene.
The background is a dusty cocoa brown.
Also in very short supply is the
Red Racing Horse Toile Fabric.
This has a trellis of ivy framing different horse riding vignettes.
Both the brown Victorian and the red racing toile
look good with our smaller checked gingham fabrics-
both the espresso brown or the fern green work well with either,
and emphasize the country look of them.
For all of our equestrian fabrics