Below is "Oh-Cherry-Oh" by Me & My Sister Designs from Moda. I have lots of 1940-1950's-ish fabrics in my stash, and I'll add these to the mix to make some string quilts. That's the original plan anyway. We'll see what happens!
And I love all the Westminster/Rowan fabrics by Kaffe Fassett, Philip Jacobs, Martha Negley and those folks in the UK. All the colors and huge cabbage roses make me happy. I might just use these 6 1/2" squares "as is" for a simple one-patch quilt.
The 1930's style collection below is "Hello Betty" from Chloe's Closet by Moda. This is a layer cake (40 squares measuring 10" x 10"). I'm thinking about making some fast half-square triangles to create a baby quilt for the arrival of a friend's grand-daughter. The pinks and greens are a little brighter in real life than they appear in the photo.
Take a look at Laura Sampsel's pre-cut quilt fabric collections. She'll be restocking her selvage strip packages for sale too.