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Leather Hides
Caprone
54 Colors

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Salvador
17 Colors

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Stargo
32 Colors

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St Thomas
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"Sew Your Own" M'Fay Patterns
Cornices
Shades
Swags
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Fabrics
Checks/Plaids
A printed or woven textile in which squares and rectangles are formed with contrasting colors. Scale of pattern and weight of fabric are variable depending on the yarn and weave. The best known variety is the tartan plaid.
Drapery Weight Pattern
Used for drapery, some light duty Upholstery, Cornices, all types of Valances, Roman Shades, Balloon shades, Throw Pillows, Bedspreads, Dust Ruffles.
Drapery Weight Solid
Used for drapery, some light duty Upholstery, Cornices, all types of Valances, Roman Shades, Balloon shades, Throw Pillows, Bedspreads, Dust Ruffles.
Multi Purpose Pattern
Used for Drapery, Upholstery, Cornices, all types of Valances, Roman Shades, Balloon Shades, Throw Pillows, Bedspreads, Dust Ruffles.
Multi Purpose Solid
Used for drapery, upholstery, cornices, all types of valances, roman shades, balloon shades, Throw pillows, bedspreads, dustruffles
Embroidery/Crewel
A basic-weave cotton, linen, wool, silk or polyester background cloth, densely embroidered. Designs include flowers, fruits and leaves. Designs inspired from cultures all over the world.
Faux Silk/Polyester
Faux Silk looks and feels like silk, great for draperies and bedspreads.
Indoor/Outdoor
High performance fabrics suitable for indoors or out. They resist fading and are stain resistant.
Linen/Flax
Linen is made from the stem fibers of the flax plant, is hard wearing and does not shrink. Most linen fabrics have good drapery qualities. Swags and tails can look stunning when made up in plain linen with a contrasting fringe.
Prestige Collection
Our high end collection of luxury fabrics including silk, linen and wool. Available in today’s newest colors and patterns.
Silks
The only natural fiber that comes in a filament form, reeled from the cocoon.
Stripes
Stripes can have a extraordinary functionality; designer striped upholstery and drapery fabric can heighten a ceiling, add extra width to a wall, as well as a dozen more optical tricks to enhance your space.
Toile
A tightly woven cotton or linen plain weave fabric featuring natural crème background printed with a pattern in one color.
Upholstery Pattern
Consists of many categories in design ranging from formal to casual and bold to understated.
Upholstery Solid
Consists of many categories in design ranging from formal to casual and bold to understated.
Vinyl
Vinyls look so much like leather that they are easily adapted to myriad environments. Even better, these vinyls are extremely abrasion resistant, making them last no matter how demanding the setting.
   
Trim
Beaded Fringe
Adds a real touch of crystal elegance on draperies and valances. Should be hung so that the fringed part hangs away from the curtain or valance edge.
Braid
Can be applied to curtain edges, set in some distance to form a strong visual border. Along the base edge of valances, they can look equally eye catching.
Brush Fringe
This fringe is being used heavily today to accent pillows and cushions. Along with valances, draperies, etc.
Bullion Fringe
With today’s return to elegance gives a rich look with furniture, table skirts, throw pillows, valances, draperies etc.
Cord
Can be sewn into the edge of curtains, or used to border the hemming of a valance. Cord is used for goblet pleat headings as well as tie-backs and pillows.
Tassel Fringe
Adds a real touch of elegance on draperies, canopies, etc. Should be hung so that the fringed part hangs away from the curtain or valance edge.
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