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  • Echo

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    Echo

    ITEM # 10345

    Screen-printing sets a gleaming pattern of ripples onto the surface of this dimensional velvet. The design looks like sounds waves or echoes in graphic form. Metallic pigments contrast brilliantly against the short-cropped and practical Poly pile. Multi-purpose weight. In 5 colors.

  • Scribble

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    Scribble

    ITEM # 10348

    Jaspé yarns, made by spinning three subtly different shades of color together, are used to create the shivery scribble pattern of this textural jacquard velvet. The cotton/viscose pile is woven so compactly that it resists crushing. Horizontal faux-slubs, part of the weave, work to counter and balance the more vertical movement of the scribbles. Upholstery weight. Cotton/Viscose/Poly construction. In 6 colors.

  • Tilt

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    Tilt

    ITEM # 10346

    As its name suggests, this design features a linear pattern of brushwork which has been arranged on the diagonal. Metallic pigments are heat-set to the surface of densely packed cotton velvet. The pigments catch and reflect light to imitate painted leather, while the exposed, unprinted pile mimics suede. Multi-purpose weight. Cotton/Poly/Nylon construction. In 6 colors.

  • Bark

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    Bark

    ITEM # 10342

    Though at first it may appear as wild abstraction, this full-coverage embroidery took inspiration from the organic patterning of tree bark. The “wow-factor” starts with 9 colors of viscose yarn, which define and add texture to each motif. Then, a specially-made, thick and loosely spun accent yarn is hand-sewn into the surface, adding high relief. The result is a visual and tactile delight and an impressive tour-de-force of the embroiderer’s art. Multi-purpose weight. Viscose and Linen construction. In 4 colors.

  • Pinch

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    Pinch

    ITEM # 10350

    This especially durable fabric uses a variety of soft yarns and clever weave structure to create a fully pinched/puckered surface. The goods are piece-dyed (dyed after weaving) to bring out the unique character of each yarn. The resulting tones of color accentuate the dimensional and engaging texture. Upholstery weight. Viscose/Cotton/Poly construction. In 9 colors.

  • DOWNTOWN

    Downtown

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    ITEM # 10315

    "Uptown" silk-blend solid serves as the base for this design of quick, spirited brushstrokes. Using paintbrush and a loosely set pattern, artisans literally paint each yard entirely by hand. The result is a true work of art, ready for multi-purpose use. No two yards are exactly alike. In a world of machine-made everything, "Downtown" reminds us that the work of the human hand is as desirable and magical as ever. Metallic pigment paint on silk/viscose/linen.

  • CROSSTOWN

    Crosstown

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    ITEM # 10329

    This windowpane plaid, a nod to classic mens suiting, has been interpreted in luxurious jacquard velvet with a dash of the unexpected. Within each windowpane/grid are pinstripes of luminous, contrasting color. Crosstown enlivens the well-tailored look, making it both timely and timeless. The plush pile is a super-soft blend of cotton and viscose.

  • Nevins

    Nevins

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    ITEM # 42012

    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.

  • Rush Hour

    Rush Hour

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    ITEM # 10313

    This striking embroidery, readily a graphic statement or useful coordinate, captures the wild energy of a daily commute. Expressionistic scribbles race horizontally across the goods, fully covering the fabric with dynamic bands of color. Two matte yarns interact with one gleaming yarn for added dimension and play of light. Polyester/viscose (or metallic) embroidery on linen/cotton ground.

  • GRIDLOCK

    Gridlock

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    ITEM # 10327

    Contemporary jacquard velvet patterns, "Skyline" and "Gridlock", feature an intriguing combination of fibers. Wool, viscose and poly have been spun together to make a sumptuous yarn quality with a melange (tonal) effect. The resulting velvet pile, woolen in appearance, is both soft and durable. Skyline is a graphic, jagged stripe. Gridlock is a small-scale windowpane or grid. Both are endlessly useful foundations for upholstery and have been designed to work together, each matching the other, perfectly.

  • Palmer

    Palmer

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    ITEM # 42019

    Applique and embroidery techniques are used in the making of this dynamic pattern of tumbling leaves. Motifs are cut and applied to the cotton satin ground while, at the same time, outlines and veining details are embroidered into the cloth. Stitching shimmers, as yarns catch the light and contrast beautifully against the drier surface of the appliques and ground. The design's five different colored leaves appear to float in a gentle breeze. Mid-weight. Cotton ground with Viscose embroidery. In 6 colors.

  • Rush Hour Metallic

    Rush Hour Metallic

    COLOR: GREY

    ITEM # 10334-009

    This striking embroidery, readily a graphic statement or useful coordinate, captures the wild energy of a daily commute. Expressionistic scribbles race horizontally across the goods, fully covering the fabric with dynamic bands of color. Two matte yarns interact with one gleaming yarn for added dimension and play of light. Polyester/viscose (or metallic) embroidery on linen/cotton ground.

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