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  1. Nevins

    Nevins

    The chevron patterning of this useful basic has been softened by a clever distressed effect in the weave. The result is a practical textile which readily travels between styles while mixing and matching with ease. Mid-weight. Viscose, Poly, Linen construction. In 11 colors. Learn More
  2. joanna

    Joanna

    This fabric combines super-sophisticated weave structure with spirited, graphic motifs. Brocatelle construction, often reserved for the most luxurious of damasks, creates surface height and dimension. The unexpected amorphous shapes, like puzzle pieces, seem to float on the surface. Fancy slub yarns add texture and surprise dots of color in the background, while tonal strie warp adds interest to the patterning. Mid-weight. Primarily Cotton /Linen blend with touches of Viscose, Silk and Wool. In 9 colors. Learn More
  3. Hampton Cloth

    Hampton Cloth

    Hampton Cloth is a Belgium made linen cloth. Evokes a spirit of simplicity, but with extravagant quality. Learn More
  4. Monroe Ikat Texture

    Monroe Ikat Texture

    The traditional central Asian ikat motifs of Monroe Ikat Texture is translated into a contemporary weave. Learn More
  5. Soho

    Soho

    Soho is a textural basket weave, offered in tonal colors. Learn More
  6. Bouverie Linen

    Bouverie Linen

    Bouverie Linen, woven in Belgium, is a linen acrylic blend for extra durability. Learn More
  7. Minos

    Minos

    Minos is a rayon cotton linen blend fabric. It gives the look of a linen but proves to be more durable, passing an impressive 60,000 double rubs during testing. Learn More
  8. Como

    Como

    Como is a slub yarn in warp and weft with extra texture and dimension. Made in Belgium, this fabric is 100% linen. Learn More
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