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The Jacquard is a type of fabric that is available in a wide variety of designs, from dramatic ornamental damasks to more simple floral, striped, chevron, or geometric patterns. An intricate weave is created when warps and weft yarns are lifted and lowered to create a jacquard pattern. Jacquard fabrics are usually made from silk, wool, or cotton, and are often used for upholstery and drapery.


Dobby is a woven fabric, characterized by small geometric patterns and have extra texture in the cloth. The yarns we use for crafting the dobby textile collection are natural fibers (cotton & linen). Dobby fabric has a smooth, mushy surface and is available in a variety of colors and patterns. They attribute to a subtle diagonal weave and have a soft hand and fluid drape. This versatile fabric is perfect for elegant soft home decors.


Computer-aided design embroidery fabrics are very suitable for personalized and affordable home textiles. It allows the realization of endless designs with a wide variety of colors. A lot of stitches in recognizable patterns can be applied quickly with absolute perfection. It is a great way to add a personal touch to home decor accessories like pillowcases, tablecloths, and towels.


Screen printing is the process of transferring a stenciled design to the fabric using a mesh screen, dye, and a squeegee. The ink or dye passes through the holes in the screen, transferring the design onto the fabric, and as a final step, the excess dye is removed with a squeegee and the fabric is allowed to dry. Screen-printed fabric is cost-effective and a perfect fit to bring more versatility at home.


Block printing is the process of printing patterns using hand-carved wooden blocks. It is a centuries-old technique and the most straightforward technique of textile printing. The most delightful trend the interior world has seen in a while, hand-block fabrics look excellent as curtains, blinds, headboards, cushions, etc.


Digital fabric printing is a process that involves taking the design vision and transferring it onto the fabric. The design is first illustrated on a computer and then printed onto the fabric using a digital printer. This printing method has grown in popularity in recent years owing to its many advantages, as it allows for a wider range of colors and design possibilities. As a bonus, it is less expensive and quicker, allowing one to play with colors and achieve a customized interior design