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  1. Up And Down

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    Up And Down

    A simple chevron courses the surface of this dimensional weave. Extra thick yarns give the chevron great height and presence while it travels across the textured background of fine, wavy, vertical lines. The movement mimics an audience, looking up and down, up and down, so as not to miss any part of a performance. Durable multi-purpose weight. Cotton/Poly construction. In 8 colorways. Learn More
  2. Bailey

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    Bailey

    Named for James Anthony Bailey of the famous Barnum & Bailey Circus, this sheer takes the category to new heights  literally. Weighty yarns with just a bit of sheen are used to create a chunky and extremely dimensional "waffle weave." Light and shadow play on the surface and work to exaggerate the already engaging 3-dimensional effects. The result has impressive presence as it delights the senses in both appearance and touch. The linen look is achieved entirely with Solution Dyed Acrylic ya... Learn More
  3. Tightrope

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    Tightrope

    Undulating, embroidered lines and zig-zags, arranged horizontally, suggest the quiver of the tightrope as the artist struggles to maintain balance and composure as he/she walks high above the crowd. Touches of metallic yarn give life and provide added dimension to the surface. Multi-purpose weight, best suited for drapery/decorative use or light-duty upholstery. Full-coverage Viscose, Metallic, Poly embroidery on Cotton ground. In 5 colorways. Learn More
  4. Moon Dust

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    Moon Dust

    A field of glittering metallic yarn illuminates the surface of this showstopper weave, as if sprinkled with moonlight and magic. The all-over "mottled" effect is glamorous, while super durable construction makes it inherently "contract/hospitality" ready for upholstery use and more. The goods appear to be illuminated from within. Contains "upcycled" cotton yarns; made from unused textile/clothing manufacturing remnants. Multi-purpose weight. Nylon/Cotton/Poly/Metallic construction. In 9 Colorways. Learn More
  5. Big Top

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    Big Top

    A circus tent, commonly referred to as the "Big Top" is typically made of boldly-striped canvas. This interpretation features wide stripes woven of pure cotton. An exaggerated twill weave supplies both texture and dimension. Colors are purposely sophisticated, for use as graphic statement or impactful coordinate in a room scheme. Durable, multi-purpose weight. 100% cotton construction. In 9 colorways. Learn More
  6. Jester

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    Jester

    Inspired by the harlequin patterns traditionally associated with circus clowns or court jesters, this jacquard splinters the usual diamonds into a wild arrangement of triangles. What could seem chaotic is tempered by tonal shades of color; making this graphic, geometric weave easy to use. Varied textures and shifting degrees of shine (some triangles are more matte, while others glow with sheen) work with the patterning to keep the eyes moving across the goods. Lighter multi-purpose weight, best suited ... Learn More
  7. Prosecco

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    Prosecco

    Like the bubbly drink for which its named, this lush velvet has a wonderful surprise hidden inside. At first glance, its a thick, solid-color velvet, pure and simple. Add some light, however, and  WOW! Tiny Poly yarns, part of the weave and pile, work like mirrors to sparkle, twinkle, dazzle, and delight. By day its lush and calm. By night  its pure glamour. Durable upholstery weight. Virgin Wool pile with hints of Poly. In 10 colorways. Learn More
  8. Circuit

    Circuit

    Interconnected geometric shapes create a stimulating framework in this full-coverage embroidery. The pattern suggests a computers 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 colorways. Learn More
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