The name Ontario comes from an Indian word meaning Great Lake, and this linen blend which comes in ten variations
This state which touches on Lake Erie is named for its beautiful “sylvalia” or forests. And this subtle herringbone pattern
One could fall in love with this fabric as fast as the water in river after which the town of Grand Rapids was named.
Imagine a cold winter day and the vast expanses of tilled farmland waiting for the summer sun to be sown with seeds of grain.
This is another fabric that calls to mind through its simple strength and texture the vast American heartland.
The name Indiana means “land of the Indians” and this plain state which touches on Lake Michigan was once the fertile hunting ground of the Shawnee tribe.
This versatile linen-blend fabric named after the state that borders on Lake Erie comes in eight colorways that bring to mind fall in the Midwest.
Named by the French after the Huron tribe of American Indians who resided in the region, this Great Lake borders on Michigan and Canada.