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  1. Pinch

    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 colorways. Learn More
  2. Dot

    Dot

    This decadent sheer marries fine, natural materials with full-coverage embroidery. An ordered pattern of dots is embroidered in high relief, selvedge to selvedge, on double-width linen ground. The dots are comprised of hefty wool/blend yarn and their woolen softness contrasts beautifully against the sheer linen. The purposeful negative (non-embroidered) space allows for perfect drape. Sheer weight. Double-width. Wool/Linen/Acrylic construction. In 5 colorways. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. GEOMETRY

    Geometry

    Geometric motifs are softened with an ikat effect in this weighty, multipurpose weave. The usual hard edges of circles, diamonds, triangles and squares have been purposely rendered to appear feathered and imperfect. Linen running through the weft adds gentle slub texture throughout. A wonderful and durable foundation. Cotton/nylon/linen construction. Learn More
  6. Nevins

    Nevins

    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. Learn More
  7. Rush Hour

    Rush Hour

    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. Learn More
  8. Hearst

    Hearst

    Responding to demand for stripes, "Hearst" is sure to please. Four colors of yarn create the design, which runs vertically, "up the roll." DRALON yarns look and feel like weighty linen or thick, dry cotton, but in fact are a type of acrylic. Perfect for use indoors or out. Upholstery weight. 100% Dralon Acrylic construction. This is a yarn-dyed acrylic, comparable to solution-dyed. Performance properties are essentially the same. In 7 colors. Learn More
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