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Tulip Bowl is a large pattern cotton chintz print showing potted tulips.
Apparel/Household, Floral/Botanical, Large Pattern, Novelty
Cotton & Cotton Blends, Chintzes, Prints
Belgravia is a subtle cotton herringbone broken up by a thin stripe.It is suitable for upholstery and drapery. Made in England.
Apache Trail is a woollen tribal looking stripe. It is a strong fabric and is suitable for upholstery,
Anchorage has a repeated motif of anchors with rope. It is hard wearing and suitable for upholstery.
Caesar is a large scale toile style print filled with Roman myths. This pattern is intertwined and disoriented. The sketch like qualities and subject matter give this fabric a traditional feel.
Rosa Gallica is a large scale print with a rose motif. This floral pattern shows leaves, buds and blooms. It was made in England.
A traditional Italian panel stripe featuring a latticed geometric pattern. Highly detailed, this fabric is embellished with dots and a floral emblem on a ribbed ottoman backing.
Under the Sea is an embroidery on linen cotton ground. It features shells, seahorses, turtles and starfish. Made in Canada.
Carousel is a whimsical large scale print on cotton grounds featuring carousel horses.
Retro Trop is a linen print showing an array of tropical foliage. It is made in Canada.
Philharmonic is a tonal green fabric with an abstract large scale repeated leaf design.
A two toned soft chenille fabric. It is hard wearing and suitable for heavy duty upholstery.
Moontide is a highly durable fabric suitable for heavy duty upholstery. It has a small repeating abstract geometric pattern of a circle inside a square.
Redelman Fabrics has the largest collection of eclectic upholstery & curtain fabrics in stock from around the world. Specialising in beauty and rare vintage designs - damask, tapestry, velvet, silk, cotton, chenille. Representing value for quality in contemporary, modern, traditional and classical designs using luxurious yarns and modern fibres.
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