Ecru Diamond Quilt Fabric

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Sale $165
YARDAGE SHIPS IN 4-5 WEEKS, SWATCHES IN STOCK
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Customize your space with our signature Ecru Diamond Quilt Fabric. Our fabric uses the newest eco-friendly technology to reflect the detail and uniqueness of archival textiles while having a durable surface and increased color fastness for modern living. Printed to order.

DETAILS:
Material: 51% Linen, 49% Cotton
Handfeel: Smooth
Weight: Upholstery
Washable: Yes
Rub Count: 15,000
Made In: USA

DIMENSIONS:
Printed Width: 54" W
Pattern Size: 27" W x 50.25" V, Third Drop Repeat
Fabric Direction: Up The Roll, Vertical
Swatch Size: 15" x 7.5"
Sold by the yard in continuous rolls, 3 yard minimum

Dye lots may vary. As a result, there may be slight color variations between your swatch and the final product.

All our fabrics are OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified. This means that our fabrics have been tested and are free of over 100 harmful and environmentally damaging chemicals. Our fabrics are better for your skin and better for the environment.

Download tear sheet here.

Dry clean or hand wash with cold water using mild detergent. Do not tumble dry. Warm iron on reverse if needed.

Yardage is made to order and ships in 4-5 weeks.
Swatches are in stock and ship in 2-5 business days.

Fabric is final sale and may not be canceled, returned or exchanged.

Provenance

Quilting in America originated with English and Dutch settlers, when quilts served a utilitarian purpose as a bed cover or to hang over doors and windows for insulation. Quilting was often done in groups, which allowed the craft to be passed along from generation to generation within a community. Quilters sewed stories about the world around them into their quilts, such as pinwheels to represent the prairie winds and stars to represent the night sky. With the invention of the sewing machine and as commercially woven fabrics became more available, quilts became more complex and elaborate, transforming from a daily necessity into a form of artistic expression and a decorative medium.