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  1. Bark

    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. Learn More
  2. Jet

    Jet

    As its name indicates, the motifs of this pattern, which combines print and embroidery, look like abstract fountain sprays or jets of water. Four tonal colors are first screen-printed by hand on a linen/cotton ground. Then, the shimmering sprays are embroidered on top. Multi-purpose weight. Viscose embroidery on Linen/Cotton ground. In 7 colorways. Learn More
  3. Russell

    Russell

    Albert Hadley collaborated with Harry Hinson in 2001 where they designed Russell, a more traditional pattern for the collection. This fabric is printed on a linen and cotton blended ground. Learn More
  4. Russell

    Russell

    Albert Hadley collaborated with Harry Hinson in 2001 where they designed Russell, a more traditional pattern for the collection. This fabric is printed on 100% linen ground. Learn More
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