The canvas weave of this solid fabric really shows off the “heathered” effect of the yarn to full advantage: Two different colors are spun together at the initial stage of the production, which gives it a wonderfully “hand-made” look.
An update of the classic checkerboard design, the combination of colors with a white “ground” gives a real freshness. 7 colorways and a Martindale result of 52,000 rubs make it an eminently useable fabric.
Dramatic, broad stripes suitable for upholstery and for curtaining. The stripe runs horizontally which gives a crisp contemporary look, but can be rotated to run vertically on furniture.
A fine, horizontal stripe that cleverly combines the various color palettes within the collection. Extremely versatile, it has the look of hand woven fibres with a wonderfully soft handle.
Broad bands of color with an ikat element give this fabric a really graphic, yet artisanal effect. This design links back to all the hand made fabrics that have inspired the No.9 collections of the past and gives the collection an exotic flavour.
Based on a traditional “vermicelli” design, meandering ribbons make a useful all-over fabric. The ground is twill, which adds an extra dimension. This fabric looks well on both contemporary and more traditional furniture.
Inspired by a textile from an Indonesian island, this design painstakingly recreates the hand-drawn quality of the original artwork. The scale and fine detailing adds a new and refreshing face to the collection.