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Sunday, September 6, 2009

Moda Rouenneries Fabric by French General

Rouenneries – a lovely collection of printed cottons and woven stripes by French General for Moda. What a name for a fabric line! If you're like me, I wondered what in the world this meant... so here's your French word lesson of the day: Rouenneries were the cotton prints printed in Rouen, France during the mid-18th century. Makes perfect sense, now, doesn't it???The inspiration for these designs are based on a collection of old prints and stripes from this era in shades of red, naturals and chocolate browns.

Precuts are available now, and yardage is scheduled to arrive in October.

Moda Rouenneries 36 Fat Quarter Bundle
Moda Rouenneries Jelly Roll 2 1/2 inch fabric strips
Moda Rouenneries Honey Bun 1 1/2 inch fabric strips


  1. Love this new range of fabric and can't wait to get some. Lynette Anderson has designed what looks like a lovely pattern using this range. You can see some of it here.

  2. Love the Moda Rouenneries fabric! ! Actually, I just discovered your site. I was searching for Lecien fabrics, and I feel like I struck gold! ! !.