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Winged Beauty

Textile designers use a variety of images to show winged nature at its finest.

Stripes Are the Standard

Textile designers have long used stripes for military uniforms, business attire or just for fun.

Wild About Nature

Animal prints come in silk, rayon, poly blends and lace, perfect for the “wild side” ...

Jammies and More...

Pajama designs and other leisure styles offer textile designers lots of room to create for ...

Hues of Blues

Varieties of blue differ in hue. Textile designers use tints and shades of blue—such as ...

Highland Roots

Worn by the Scottish Highlanders for centuries, plaid has now become an everyday textile for ...

Lace It Up

Detailed floral patterns and lofty brushed styles give lace fabrics added dimension and depth.

Confetti

Rainbow slubs, multi-colored beading and novelty prints add a dash of color to lace, chambray ...

Shred It

Shredded, destroyed, burnout—and patterns that mimic the look—give textiles an organic, textured quality.

Embroidery

Embroidery turns up on everything from lace and novelty knits to wovens and printed chambray ...

Neo Geo

Abstract geometrics take on the look of modern art with updated colors and oversize scale.

Goldenrod

Saturated, sunny yellow shades turn up in exuberant novelty prints, sophisticated knits and ultra-soft solids.

Indigo Blues

Textile designers have the blues, coloring novelty knits, crochet laces—and, of course, denim—in deep indigo ...

Animal Magnetism

In classic colorways or rainbow shades, animal prints are a perennial favorite for novelty knits, ...

Bandanna

Designers are taking a fresh look at bandanna patterns, that classic blend of Americana and ...

Fabulously Floral

Just as spring brings new life and joy, floral fabrics bring expressions of nature’s wonder. ...

Beach Scene Los Angeles

Photos by Tim Regas

Fine Floral

Textile designers can always capture tropical dreams in fine floral swim prints. Swimwear for travel ...