Going back to the end of August, we learned about "newer" Turkey Red prints, which reflected changes in the dyeing processes and resulted in more affordable red fabrics.
September started out with Bronze Style prints, a fashion for new brown prints with a greenish or golden tinge rather than the earlier red tinge.
Cretonne prints were designed as furnishing fabrics, but found their way into quilts. Since my blocks are only 4", I had to choose prints with a smaller scale.
Blue fabrics with a touch of violet, known as Lancaster Blue, were popular in the late 19th century. I'm not sure my blues are completely correct, but they serve the purpose.
The memory card for my camera is now telling me it's "full", so I need to go get a new memory card before I can share any more photos.
Meanwhile, I'm contemplating how I want to set all my Stars in a Time Warp blocks. Barbara Brackman has been sharing setting ideas with each week's fabric history. My first idea was to set the blocks strippy style with zig-zags between the blocks instead of striped fabric. BB calls this setting Rail Fence style (scroll to the end of the post for examples). On the other hand, BB has presented a virtual encyclopedia of setting styles, so I don't know what I'll finally be inspired to do!