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  1. Airbrush

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    Airbrush

    This novelty jacquard looks like it’s been airbrushed with color. The effect, similar to spray painting, has been achieved entirely through color and weave. The nice dry hand-feel is the result of the multi-fiber construction which includes Bemberg (especially fine Rayon), Poly, Cotton and Wool. Multi-purpose weight. In 6 colors. Learn More
  2. Secrets

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    Secrets

    This engaging embroidery features a parade of large-scale, patterned stripes. The myriad geometric motifs suggest a secret message or code hidden within. Each shape is comprised of densely-packed clusters of stitches which purposely shift direction to play with light. The ground cloth, unusual for embroidered goods, is fine viscose chenille. Multi-purpose weight. Viscose embroidery on Viscose ground. In 7 colors. Learn More
  3. Circuit

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    Circuit

    Interconnected geometric shapes create a stimulating framework in this full-coverage embroidery. The pattern suggests a computer’s circuit board, rendered entirely in thread. Densely packed satin stitches outline the shapes, while finer, simpler, straight stitches fill them. Multi-purpose weight. Shimmering Viscose on Cotton ground. In 6 colors. Learn More
  4. Pinch

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    Pinch

    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. Learn More
  5. Bark

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    Bark

    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. Learn More
  6. Doodle

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    Doodle

    A pattern of energetic line-work fills the surface of this easy-to-use embroidery. A single thickness of yarn is used throughout, while intersecting and overlapping stiches create both dimension and texture on the cotton satin ground. Multi-purpose weight. Rayon on Cotton ground. In 7 colors. Learn More
  7. Scribble

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    Scribble

    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. Learn More
  8. NYC

    Nyc

    Named for its jacquard patterning which suggests a grid-like map of city blocks, this stunning velvet is alive with New Yorks energy and light. Cut pile and uncut loops of viscose create captivating surface texture, tonal color shifts and stimulating high/low relief. The voided background, in a herringbone weave, is lightly peppered with metallic yarn. The impact is high style and head-turning glamour for upholstery use. Viscose/Poly/Polyamide construction. Learn More
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