Marcus Brothers Fabrics:
Quality Vintage Fabric By the Yard & Precuts
Marcus Brothers Fabrics is known for its historical reproductions, with the help of designers like Judie Rothermel, Paula Barnes, and relative newcomer (and fellow Illinoisan) Pam Buda.
In 2019 the company was acquired by Timeless Treasures.
Notwithstanding this acquisition, Marcus Brothers remains your reliable source for reproductions, historical designer collections like that from the collaboration with the Old Sturbridge Village, and modern fabric designs.
Two relatively new divisions were created to address the changing quilting landscape.
- Studio 37 produces designs that speak to contemporary or modern quilters. Balancing coordinated looks while creating the space for individual self-expression, this division embraces the individuality of the modern quilter.
- Marchives features new Marcus Brothers collections inspired by the best designs from their archives (M-archives—get it?!!) With a library built over 110+ years in the business (they began in 1911), we quilters have a lot to look forward to.
Let's see what they have that's new.
Marcus Brothers Fabrics Collections
The fabrics are arranged in alphabetical order for your convenience.
Be sure to bookmark this page to keep up with the latest arrivals.
Return To Elegance by Judie Rothermel
A traditional fabric
with a modern sense of style, this collection is perfect to mix in your next quilt
With petite and large
florals you have the option of using it as background or showing off some
intricate detail on top!
Pair these prints together
with their corresponding Centennial Solids.
Antique Ambers by Sheryl Johnson for Marcus Brothers Fabrics
Sheryl Johnson has put together beauty and charm with her latest set of fabrics called Antique Ambers. With deep oranges, yellows, tans, and reds it's hard not to feel caught up in light fading into dark creating nature's perfect backdrop.
Add these beautiful prints to your current stash today so no matter what your next project you'll be ready for it.
Grace Sew Charming by Judie Rothermel
Get ready to slip into a different era with Aunt Grace Sew Charming vintage designs and motifs.
A bygone era comes alive with this with this invigorating collection, where floral prints harken back to the fashion of the ’30s. This timeless pattern is attractive to beginners and seasoned quilters alike, so everyone can enjoy these tributes to days gone by!
Simply Charming by Judy Rothermel
The Aunt Grace fabric line by Judie Rothermel is sure to add some fun and excitement to your quilting projects.
With 1930s reproductions and floral patterns that are reminiscent of confetti, tight zigzagging lines, and intertwining ribbons on orange, green, peach, yellow, and pink fabric, you're sure to find the perfect fabric for your next quilt.
Take a look and see what Aunt Grace has in store for you!
Don't you just love how the 'cheater fabric' yardage does so much of the work in the free quilt pattern below?
Bountiful Blues by Paula Barnes
Inspired by a soft blue and grey antique French fabric
gifted by a friend, Paula Barnes has created a bounty of blues and whites for
the Marcus Brothers.
With lines, dots, flowers, petals, and leaves, you
can create your own traditional projects with this set or use it as an accent
color in similar hues.
Blue Dahlia by Paula Barnes
Blue Dahlia by Paula Barnes is a charming collection of unique shades and sophisticated designs.
blues combine with greens from her earlier Tavern Collection to create an
elegant, mature palette that will make your projects stand out.
Blues and Tans Classic Plaids by Laura Berringer
Do you love plaids?
Marcus Brothers have a wide selection from classic to primitive plaids. This blue and tan cotton yarn-dyed fabric is perfect for your upcoming quilt projects.
Timeless and versatile, they’ll complement other fabric designs and while stylish on their own.
A great addition to your fabric stash.
Bristol Belle by Laura Berringer for Marcus Brothers Fabrics
With Bristol Belle, Laura Berringer brings us a collection
of fabric that feels like a warm breeze on a spring day. The soft colors and
gentle patterns are like a breath of fresh air, transporting you to a simpler
Regardless of the patchwork project you're working on, this fabric is
sure to add some vintage charm.
Farmer's Daughter by Pam Buda
Floral designs are consistently beautiful choices for the centerpiece of your next quilt.
And this collection by Pam Buda delivers.
Design motifs include dots, berries, and vines in shades of black, navy, maroon, gray, burgundy, and tan.
Foundation by Timeworn Toolbox Designs
Building a quilt takes as much imagination and creativity as
the fabric used to create it. Timeworn Toolbox Designs reminds us of this with
its collection of charming cream shirtings, all inspired by construction terms
and tools—and in keeping with their ongoing building theme.
By using these construction-inspired elements and neutral
aesthetics, you create patchwork that is both subtle yet beautiful.
Goods by Sheryl Johnson
The Greige Goods fabric collection by Sheryl Johnson is the perfect way to build your stash of neutrals.
The beige, gray, pewter-green, and black prints are all beautiful and versatile, and they can be used to create a variety of projects. Whether you're looking for a fabric to use in a quilt or a project that will last a lifetime, this is a must-have collection.
Little Companion Shirtings by Paula Barnes
The Little Companion Shirtings collection by Paula Barnes is a delightful assortment of small prints in pale yellows, reds, browns, and blues.
The designs have depth through the use of vertical and diagonal lines as well geometric shapes that dot these patterns giving them traditional design-inspired character to your quilts.
Lace by Paula Barnes
Midnight Lace fabrics by Paula Barnes absolutely ooze elegance and sophistication from every pore.
With its muted color palette and traditional designs, this collection will inspire you to create timeless pieces that are sure to become family heirlooms.
Add a touch of glamour to your quilts with Midnight Lace, and let the moonlight inspire you to sew something truly special.
Calicos by Pam Buda
With Marcus Fabrics, voyage to a timeless place where cool ocean waves meet warm sand beaches.
Old Blue Calicos by Pam Buda is an exquisite collection of fabrics featuring traditional designs with a modern blue gradient. From powdery blue hues to rich navy, this fabric line is perfect for crafting projects that will add a touch of comfort and style to any room.
Opposite Options by Sheryl Johnson
A classic black and white selection with modern tendencies.
Sheryl Johnson's Opposite Options is for those who can't make up their mind. With delicate florals, strong geometrics, and everything in between, this collection has options for any aesthetic. Whether you're looking to add a pop of contrast or simply stick to a tried-and-true color scheme, this line has what you need.
So take your pick and get stitching!
Pinks of the Past by Pam Buda for Marcus Brothers
Pam Buda's Pinks of the Past for Marcus Brothers
Fabrics will have you longing for days gone by.
This beautiful set includes a range of stylish pinks,
perfect for quilting projects that will stand the test of time. With
complementary tans, this fabric set will help you create heirloom-quality
quilts that will be treasured for years to come.
If you’re building your traditional or reproduction
fabric stash, this is a good one!
Backgrounds by Pam Buda
We quilters know that you can never have enough neutral background prints in your stash, and Prairie Backgrounds is stash-worthy.
Featuring ditsy floral prints, sprigs of berries, leaves, and quilting motifs in black, tan, and cream, this fabric line is sew versatile and deserving of a place in your collection.
Prairie Dry Goods by Pam Buda
The collection is adorned with flowers and vines in deeply saturated, shaded hues of navy maroon, brown, green, mustard, cream, and black in Pam Buda style.
Singularly comfortable and homey.
Primitive Plaids by Pam Buda
If you're in the market for some plaids, check out Primitive Plaids by Pam Buda. This range of fabrics features traditional plaid designs in a variety of colors, including tan, orange, purple, green, red and blue. Some of the plaids are particularly striking, with deep black backgrounds and brightly colored squares.
These pair handsomely with the Primitive Traditions and Prairie Dry Goods collections.
Primitive Traditions by Pam Buda
Create a feeling of nostalgia in your sewing room with these 'urban hipster' meets 'modern primitive' prints.
These charming fabrics are perfect for adding a slightly quirky, vintage edge to your current quilting projects. With the cool, muted colors and floral-inspired imagery, you can't go wrong.
For even more design opportunities consider pairing these with fabrics from Folk Art Stars or Primitive Plaids collections.
Vintage Viridians by Sheryl Johnson for Marcus Brothers Fabrics
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and dive into this calming collection of prints.
All greens, tans, and taupes, these fabrics are perfect for adding some natural flair to your next project.
With designs inspired by vintage treasures, this is a must-have addition to any traditional fabric stash.
We quilters can never have enough fabric, can we?
If the hunt is part of the adventure, continue on by choosing one of the other popular quilt fabric manufacturers below to see what they've been up to recently.
Will they be able to tempt you?
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