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.