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  • 4 Fabric Qualities

    Stretch. Standard. Luster. Chenille.

  • Stain & Soil Protection

    Contract quality. Easy clean-up.

  • Low Minimum Order

    Order as little as 1 yard.

  • Free Samples

    1 per style -- just pay shipping, or we'll include them in your order.

More about our fabrics...

Stretch Fabric - $30/yd.

Our lightest weight, stretchy fabric.

The ideal choice for most crafting & apparel projects.

• Base Color: Pure White

• 100% Polyester, 2-way stretch.

• Suitable for indoor use.

• Machine/hand wash.

Standard Fabric - $40/yd.

Our tried and true all-purpose fabric.

Perfect for crafting, pillowcases, kitchen textiles, & upholstery projects.

• Base Color: Ivory

• 100% Polyester Linen.

• DuPont finish -- stain & soil release.

• Hospitality Grade. (100,000 double rubs.)

• Suitable for indoor use.

• Machine/hand wash.

Luster Fabric - $50/yd.

A heavy-weight fabric with a lustrous sheen and soft hand offering high-opulence and sophistication.

Ideal for crafting, pillowcases, kitchen textiles, throws, & upholstery projects.

• Base Color: White-Grey

• 100% Heavy Polyester.

• DuPont finish -- stain & soil release.

• Hospitality Grade. (100,000 double rubs.)

• Suitable for indoor use.

• Machine/hand wash.

Chenille Fabric - $60/yd.

Our softest, most luxurious fabric that is soft & plush, but built for performance.

The ultimate choice for crafting, pillowcases, kitchen textiles, throws, & upholstery projects.

• Base Color: Oatmeal

• 100% Heavy Polyester Chenille.

• DuPont finish -- stain & soil release.

• Hospitality Grade. (100,000 double rubs.)

• Suitable for indoor use.

• Machine/hand wash.

  • Ulana

    Ulana, meaning "to plait, weave, knit, or braid" in Hawaiian, goes beyond its literal definintion to include the coming together of the lāhui (nation) as well as the values, ideas, and communities they stand for.

  • Lauaʻe

    Inspired by its namesake fern, the Lauaʻe print represents grown and abundance, captured in the architectural and rhythmi patterns formed by its wild-growing fronds.

  • Peʻa

    The Peʻa print is a visual representation of the beautiful ʻohe kāpala design tradition.

    The word peʻa, meaning "cross", is demonstrated through layers of shape and color to depict a repeatable pattern.

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