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  1. PARADE

    Parade

    Rhythmic waves of triangular shapes ripple across the surface of this mid-weight, multi-purpose fabric. The weave structure cleverly mimics needlepoint, while the graphic patterning is at once subtly ethnic and thoroughly modern. Rayon/nylon construction is both soft and durable. Learn More
  2. NOMAD

    Nomad

    An ethnic design of diamond shapes is made city-sophisticated with the help of a sumptuous brocatelle weave. This unique construction adds height and dimension to the patterning, seeming to lift it up off the background. A strie warp is used to add even more interest to the motifs while linen running through the weft infuses texture and weight. The complexity is balanced by subtle, tonal colorations. The final product is multi-purpose perfection. Cotton/linen construction. Learn More
  3. Eliza

    Eliza

    Eliza is a hand woven and embroidered textile that may be used for upholstery, drapery and decorative applications. Learn More
  4. Malay

    Malay

    The double sided ikat design of Malay has movement and flexibility, offering subtlely and supreme versatility. This double width fabric is great for drapery weight and light upholstery use. Learn More
  5. Samurai

    Samurai

    Inspired by a vintage Kimono pattern, Samurai is woven on a classic Donghia linen ground. Its bold embroidered lines in tonal colors are echoed with thin woven lines creating a balanced and graphic repeat. Learn More
  6. Sophia

    Sophia

    Sophia metaphorically mirrors the incredible architecture of the Hagia Sophia in Instanbul. The intricate weave structure and Arabesque decorative motif result in the appearance of an authentic Eastern antique textile. Available in a range of colors, each colorway is actually two colors varying between tone on tone or striking contrasts. Learn More
  7. Story Stones

    Story Stones

    Story Stones is an extraordinarily intricate woven jacquard, showcasing subtle textures, colorations, and design. The stones are covered in a form of ancient Asian calligraphy, providing it a mysterious and exotic look. Learn More
  8. Moondance

    Moondance

    The vertical repeat of this pattern may vary up to 4 due to the irregular thickness of the natural silk yarn. Learn More
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