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Almost Spring
Thursday March 26, 2015
POSTED BY: Lola Guerrero

The official day marking its beginning has passed but we are still waiting patiently for Spring. Here are Heathered FlannelJulietteFloricultureHelsinkiHeathered FlannelPing PongSashay and Watercolor to keep us all company while we wonder where Spring is. And check out our pinterest for some Spring inspiration!



TAGS:  Spring, Heathered Flannel, Juliette, Floriculture, Helsinki, Heathered Flannel, Pink Pong, Sashay, Watercolor, New York City, Pollack Fabric
March: Pink Ombre
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Tuesday March 24, 2015
POSTED BY: Lola Guerrero

Jenia has chosen our color of the month for March: Pink Ombré. Originating from the French word ombrer, which means to shade, ombré has become a favorite these days though it has always been around.

We've always loved it. So, this month we want to honor ombré in all its glory and all its palettes, not only in pink.



We went for a spring flowers ombre color story when pulling fabrics for this month with Berber in snow, Cultured Cotton in lavender mist, Beveled Plush in shadow, Belle de Jour in pearl and Painted Velvet in Cape Cod.


New + Classics 8: Game On
Thursday March 05, 2015
POSTED BY: Lola Guerrero

It's time for the return of New + Classics, mini stories created combining older "classic" fabrics with new introductions, this time with our favourite pairings from this Spring's Rise and Shine Collection!

From left to right, Do Si Do, Sneak Peek, Persueded and finally, Game On, new and available in five colorways (see below)!



TAGS:  Game On, Persueded, Sneak Peek, Do Si Do, Black and Whites, Pollack, New and classics
Edward Wormley Lounge Chair
Friday February 27, 2015
POSTED BY: Lola Guerrero

Happy Friday!

Here's a beautiful shot of an Edward Wormley lounge chair upholstered in our reversible Steelcase Select fabric Nest. Not only is Nest a heavy upholstery fabric, it's made out of rapidly renewable contents. This means bamboo and recycled polyester, both pre and post consumer, making Nest a GREEN fabric!

TAGS:  Nest, Rapidly Renewable Content, Bamboo, Heavy Upholstery, Steelcase Select, Reversible, Edward Wormley
Art In A Suitcase
Thursday February 26, 2015
POSTED BY: Lola Guerrero

Our fabrics are being used by an organization with a beautiful mission: to create opportunities for global understanding through art between schools in the United States and abroad. The children create art as a way to get to know one another and their cultures, with the intention of finding commonalities and acknowledging the strength in their differences. 

These images come from Marvin Cabrera, head of the organization Art in a Suitcase in Bangladesh. Check out the images below where our fabrics are used within some of the pieces, or to frame the drawings... Pollack fabrics and construction paper make a good match!

For more on the organization, go to their website or check out their Facebook page.

TAGS:  Art in a suitcase, Bangladesh, Pollack discontinued, Frames

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