First up is this happy print, Fifties Kitchen, seen here sewn up in (what else?) my favorite flapper apron:
It was that happy little stove that drew me in; it reminds me of the stove in my Grandma Sayers' kitchen, the stove upon which she cooked all sorts of delicious meals. She was a wonderful cook and also a wonderful seamstress! I still have the Barbie clothes she made me when I was little. Of course I still have them--who gets rid of their Barbie stuff?! Anyway, this print is so cheerful and happy and that's how I feel when I look at it. Which is the whole point, right?
Coming in a close second, is Kitchenette--with a different, but equally wonderful vintage vibe:
Did I have a conversation with myself about "how many kitchen fabrics does one really need"? Well, yes, but it was a short conversation. As you can see, these prints are so different that they really can't be compared. So obviously I needed both of them. (This apron is available in my etsy shop in case you are interested.)
Last, but not least, is "Home Ec." Which is how I still refer to what is now called "Family and Consumer Science" at our local high school. It was, it is and it always will be home ec to me. Check this out:
I haven't quite decided what to make from this yet. I'm considering kitchen curtains or a table runner. In the meantime, I enjoy looking at it. It's good to let ideas stew for a while.
Thanks for looking, hope you've enjoyed. For your own shopping information, I have purchased my yardage of these prints from various etsy sellers that I can't quite remember--but a quick etsy search should get you what you want if you need some of these prints for your own collection.