I took some photos of a few pairings of prints included in today's bag. These pairing pictures are ones I frequently post on IG, and today I'll share them here too.
The bird print is from Cosmo Textiles and is from at least 6 or 7 years ago. I bought it at Reprodepot.com, and they've been out of business for many years now. I'm not sure what the blue fabric is, but think it's probably Riley Blake circa 2010ish.
The black floral is called Sweet Garden and the crosshatch/polka dot is from Timeless Treasures.
This chicken print is very special. It's from Daisy Kingdom circa 2002, or so. The Daisy Kingdom store here in Portland closed in 2004, but I tucked away some of this print, which I call "the best chicken print ever".
The floral here is called Brady Bunch from Michael Miller and the stripe is from Fancy Free by Lori Whitlock for Riley Blake.
The black floral here is called Ava from Michael Miller and the polka dots are from Moda's Dottie collection.
This one is another medium size made using the Grocery Bag pattern.
So far, I've only made these patchwork ones in the medium size. Maybe I'll make some in the small sometime, but I'm not sure I'll ever make the large one in patchwork. I can't really say why particularly, other than I'm just not interested.
If you want to make one of these yourself, go to this blog post to read about how I make these in patchwork.
This finished bag is available in my etsy shop here.
Here is what I remember about the print fabrics:
Black dot and crosshatch: something from Timeless Treasures
Pink polka dots: Robert Kaufman Pimatex Basics & Dottie from Moda
Black and white stripe: something from Quilting Treasures
Black and grey polka dot: something from Lakehouse Dry Goods
Green polka dots: Amy Butler Full Moon Dots in Lime
The reverse side is black ticking from James Thompson. I purchased mine at Fabric Depot in the store and I bought the rest of the bolt, but you could always contact them to see if they have more.
The black stripes in this fabric are more of a charcoal than a saturated black, and while I kind of wish they were more black I do like this fabric because it is a nice utility weight and it washes well.