Large Piece of pretty 1930s vintage feed sack fabric - Orange and Grey
  • Aquarius Fabric By Eskayel
    2modern.com
    Brooklyn, NY based design studio Eskayel creates beautiful, clever, and innovative products for interiors. Utilizing imagery from her paintings as primary source material, designer and founder Shanan Campanaro creates fantastically patterned bespoke wallpaper, textiles, and home accessories, which are all locally sourced and fabricated in the Northeastern United States.
  • Madagascar Bay Fabric By Eskayel
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    Brooklyn, NY based design studio Eskayel creates beautiful, clever, and innovative products for interiors. Utilizing imagery from her paintings as primary source material, designer and founder Shanan Campanaro creates fantastically patterned bespoke wallpaper, textiles, and home accessories, which are all locally sourced and fabricated in the Northeastern United States.
  • Cosmonaut Crystal Fabric By Eskayel
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    Brooklyn, NY based design studio Eskayel creates beautiful, clever, and innovative products for interiors. Utilizing imagery from her paintings as primary source material, designer and founder Shanan Campanaro creates fantastically patterned bespoke wallpaper, textiles, and home accessories, which are all locally sourced and fabricated in the Northeastern United States.
  • Fabric By The Yard
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    Create custom finishing touches for every room with our Fabrics by the Yard. Once offered exclusively to the design trade, our superb upholstery fabrics are available in five-yard lengths for tailoring into pillows, bolsters, drapes and more. Available in all fabrics and colors except leathers, Fabrics by the Yard make it easy to accent your rooms with matching colors, coordinating patterns and impeccable style. Fabrics available in five-yard lengths; widths vary from 54" to 56". Orders longer than 5 yards will be uncut continuous yardage. Please call us at 888.922.4108 for details.
  • Pottery Barn Fabric By the Yard - Vintage Velvet
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    Create your own cushions, pillows, drapes and more using the same high-quality fabrics that we use for ours. 54" wide 79% cotton, 21% polyester. Custom cut to your specifications in 1-yard increments. To order fabric swatches free of charge, click "request swatches". Made in America. For fabric information and detail, view the Fabric Guide .
  • Fabric by the Yard: Tangier Frame Print in Driftwood
    mytwodesigners.com
    Inspired by a vintage coat dress this bold chevron design in saturated colors is printed on white acrylic twill ground with details reminiscent of a batik which gives it an exotic and tropical vibe. The dramatic scale is equally suited for curtains upholstery and pillows in indoor and outdoor spaces. Horizontal repeat is 13.5"; vertical repeat is 36". *There is a 2 yard minimum.
  • Fabric by the Yard: Zebra Print in Black
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    Adapted from a vintage dress this graphic print is a modern interpretation of an animal skin patter. Horizontal repeat is 27"; vertical repeat is 36". *There is a 2 yard minimum.
  • Fabric by the Yard: Zebra Print in Orange
    mytwodesigners.com
    Adapted from a vintage dress this graphic print is a modern interpretation of an animal skin patter. Horizontal repeat is 27"; vertical repeat is 36". *There is a 2 yard minimum.
  • Fabric by the Yard: Tangier Frame Print in Cerise
    mytwodesigners.com
    Inspired by a vintage coat dress this bold chevron design in saturated colors is printed on white acrylic twill ground with details reminiscent of a batik which gives it an exotic and tropical vibe. The dramatic scale is equally suited for curtains upholstery and pillows in indoor and outdoor spaces. Horizontal repeat is 13.5"; vertical repeat is 36". *There is a 2 yard minimum.
  • Marimekko Matka paratiisiin fabric
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    Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Louekari. Size: Width 147 cm (+-3%) Repeat: 88 cm. Material: 100% heavy weight cotton. Color: White, orange, lilac, green.
  • Marimekko Siirtolapuutarha fabric, colourful
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    Siirtolapuutarha is a Finnish word which means allotment. Siirtolapuutarha is a pattern created in 2009 by the Finnish designer Maija Louekari. Siirtolapuutarha fabric features black and coloured flowers, representing urban nature at its best. The allotment is associated with cheerful work and the hum of growth in the middle of the town. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Louekari. Size: Width 147 cm (+-3%) Repeat: 116 cm. Material: 100% heavy weight cotton. Color: Black, red, blue, yellow.
  • Marimekko Siirtolapuutarha fabric, green
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    Siirtolapuutarha is a Finnish word which means allotment. Siirtolapuutarha is a pattern created in 2009 by the Finnish designer Maija Louekari. Siirtolapuutarha fabric features black and coloured flowers, representing urban nature at its best. The allotment is associated with cheerful work and the hum of growth in the middle of the town. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Louekari. Size: Width 147 cm (+-3%) Repeat: 116 cm. Material: 100% heavy weight cotton. Color: Black, green, turquoise.
  • Marimekko Kivet fabric, black-white
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    Kivet is a Finnish word that means stones and this pattern was designed by Maija Isola in 1956. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Isola. Size: Width 148cm (+-2%) Repeat: 86 cm. Material: 100% cotton. Color: Black-white.
  • Marimekko Unikko fabric, yellow
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    The Unikko pattern came about in 1964 after Armi Ratia, the founder of Marimekko, had announced in public that no floral fabrics are designed at Marimekko. Maija Isola did not accept rules or restrictions and designed in protest a complete collection of bold floral patterns: Unikko, a Finnish word that means poppy. Today, Unikko is probably more popular than ever, and an innumerable amount of different Unikko pattern products is available. The range of available colours is also very large. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Isola. Size: Width 148cm (+-2%) Repeat: 100 cm. Material: 100% cotton.
  • Marimekko Kivet fabric, pink
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    Kivet is a Finnish word that means stones and this popular pattern was designed by Maija Isola for Marimekko in 1956. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Isola. Size: Width 147 cm (+-3%) Repeat: 62 cm. Material: 100% cotton. Color: Pink, yellow.
  • Marimekko Jussarö fabric
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    Marimekko Sääpäiväkirja (Finnish for Weather Diary) collection includes tableware, fabrics and kitchen accessories. Sääpäiväkirja features a series of patterns with the same theme: autumnal weather and colours. The palette of patterns, painted by Aino-Maija Metsola, embodies the whole range of seasonal weather patterns. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Aino-Maija Metsola. Material: 100% cotton. Color: Dark blue, blue, grey.
  • Marimekko Räsymatto fabric, black-yellow
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    Räsymatto is a Finnish word that means Rag rug and this pattern tells the story of a rag rug on the floor inside a cottage. The Räsymatto pattern was designed by Maija Louekari in 2009 and it features the graphic pattern of a rag rug, made of little dots. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Louekari. Size: Width 147 cm (+-3%) Repeat: 62 cm. Material: 100% heavy weight cotton. Color: Black, grey, yellow.
  • Marimekko Lumimarja fabric, light green
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    Lumimarja is a Finnish word that means snow berry and this pattern was designed by Erja Hirvi in 2004. Lumimarja fabric features a snow berry tree in the winter. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Erja Hirvi. Size: Width 145 cm (+-2%) Repeat: 94 cm. Material: 100% heavy weight cotton. Color: Light green.
  • Marimekko Unikko fabric, blue
    finnishdesignshop.com
    The Unikko pattern came about in 1964 after Armi Ratia, the founder of Marimekko, had announced in public that no floral fabrics are designed at Marimekko. Maija Isola did not accept rules or restrictions and designed in protest a complete collection of bold floral patterns: Unikko, a Finnish word that means poppy. Today, Unikko is probably more popular than ever, and an innumerable amount of different Unikko pattern products is available. The range of available colours is also very large. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Isola. Size: Width 148cm (+-2%) Repeat: 100 cm. Material: 100% cotton.
  • Marimekko Melooni fabric, green
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    Melooni is one of the classical patterns by the Finnish designer Maija Isola, created in 1963. Melooni is a Finnish word that means melon. The graphical Melooni pattern features three concentric oval bands of different colours. In this version, Melooni gets a new look thanks to the fascinating fresh colours given by Kristiina Isola. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Isola , Kristina Isola. Size: Width 147 cm (+-3%) Repeat: 97 cm. Material: 100% heavy weight cotton. Color: White, green, blue.
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  • Marimekko Joonas fabric, white-black
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    Joonas is a pattern designed by Maija Isola in 1961. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Isola. Size: Width 148cm (+-2%) Repeat: 120 cm. Material: 100% cotton.
  • Marimekko Tiiliskivi fabric
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    The minimalistic and geometric Tiiliskivi pattern was designed by the founder of Marimekko, Armi Ratia. The Tiiliskivi fabric isa adapting functional style and is simply beautiful next to rich and colorful patterns. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Armi Ratia. Size: Width 147 cm (+-3%) Repeat: 73 cm. Material: 100% cotton.
  • Marimekko Kuusama fabric
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    Tanja Orsjoki designed Kuusama pattern as her graduate project for the degree of Master of Arts at the University of Art and Design Helsinki. The ideas for the patterns came from the designer's own yard and nearby surroundings – "what stems from the heart appeals to the heart". Based on photographs and direct scans of living plants, the floral compositions are delicate and light. Kuusama is a Finnish word that means honeysuckle and this pattern was designed in 2004. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Tanja Orsjoki. Size: Width 150 cm. Repeat: 120 cm. Material: 100% cotton.
  • Marimekko Unikko fabric, red
    finnishdesignshop.com
    The Unikko pattern came about in 1964 after Armi Ratia, the founder of Marimekko, had announced in public that no floral fabrics are designed at Marimekko. Maija Isola did not accept rules or restrictions and designed in protest a complete collection of bold floral patterns: Unikko, a Finnish word that means poppy. Today, Unikko is probably more popular than ever, and an innumerable amount of different Unikko pattern products is available. The range of available colours is also very large. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Isola. Size: Width 148cm (+-2%) Repeat: 100 cm. Material: 100% cotton.
  • Marimekko Tuuli fabric, black
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    Tuuli is a Finnish word that means wind and this pattern was designed by Maija and Kristina Isola in 1971. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Maija Isola , Kristina Isola. Size: Width 147 cm (+-3%) Repeat: 104cm. Material: 100% heavyweight cotton.
  • Marimekko Kesätori fabric
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    Kesätori, the Finnish word for summer market, is a colourful pattern designed by the Finnish graphic designer and illustrator Aino-Maija Metsola. Manufacturer: Marimekko. Design: Aino-Maija Metsola. Size: Width 147 cm (+-3%) Repeat: 91 cm. Material: 100% heavy weight cotton. Color: White, blue, red, yellow.
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