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  1. MAJESTIC

    Majestic

    Named for the landmark apartment building on New York's famed Central Park West, "Majestic" is a hand-made embroidery of theatrical impact. The boldly-scaled design, inspired by patterns from the Art Deco period, represents stylized, intertwined palm fronds. The graphic nature of the design has been softened by the production technique, which employs two different colors of matte yarn running side by side. Poly yarns (which look like cotton) on linen ground. Learn More
  2. MANHATTAN MUSE

    Manhattan Muse

    Flowing ribbons of paint have been captured and reimagined in this artful and show-stopping embroidery. Appearing at first glance like brushstrokes on canvas, inspection reveals a complex rendering composed entirely of colorful yarns. Glowing viscose and matte polyester work together to keep the eye moving along each gestural, abstract motif. 100% linen ground. Learn More
  3. joanna

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    Joanna

    This fabric combines super-sophisticated weave structure with spirited, graphic motifs. Brocatelle construction, often reserved for the most luxurious of damasks, creates surface height and dimension. The unexpected amorphous shapes, like puzzle pieces, seem to float on the surface. Fancy slub yarns add texture and surprise dots of color in the background, while tonal strie warp adds interest to the patterning. Mid-weight. Primarily Cotton /Linen blend with touches of Viscose, Silk and Wool. In 9 colors. Learn More
  4. BRIDGES

    Bridges

    To make this embroidery, skilled craftspeople first "space dye" loosely spun cotton yarns by hand. This special process creates colors and tones which evolve and bloom along each strand. The strands are then stitched down in an undulating linear arrangement which flows gracefully across the width of goods. "Bridges," at once modern and subtly ethnic, is both soft-spoken statement or ready coordinate for multiple schemes. Linen/cotton ground, cotton embroidery. Learn More
  5. Majestic Metallic

    Majestic Metallic

    Named for the landmark apartment building on New Yorks famed Central Park West, "Majestic" is a hand-made embroidery of theatrical impact. The boldly-scaled design, inspired by patterns from the Art Deco period, represents stylized, intertwined palm fronds. The graphic nature of the design has been softened by the production technique, which employs two different colors of matte yarn running side by side. Poly yarns (which look like cotton) on linen ground. Learn More
  6. FANFARE

    Fanfare

    This all-new embroidery features a weighty matte yarn which ebbs and flows in a dramatic ogee (or hourglass) layout. The design is reminiscent of paisley, but takes a decidedly contemporary turn. The result is youthful yet sophisticated and suggests a myriad of uses from upholstery to drapery. Mid-weight linen ground. Polyester embroidery. In 7 colors. Learn More
  7. Prickly Pear

    Prickly Pear

    A bold and playful pattern named after the cactus for its dotting effect, Prickly Pear is printed and hand-stitched. Learn More
  8. Swirl

    Swirl

    The glow of silk and texture of linen come together in this high-tech warp print. Warp yarns, alone, are digitally printed with a mid-scale damask pattern of graphic, yet graceful swirls. Next, weft yarns are woven through the printed warp. The resulting motifs exhibit the feathered edges characteristic of genuine warp-printed goods. Multi-purpose weight with a crisp surface and hand, "Swirl" can serve as soft-spoken star of a room or especially chic coordinate. Linen and silk construction. In 7 colors. Learn More
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