New windowpane plaid fabrics have been added!
We have added quite a few colors to our woven windowpane plaids. Some of these are bright and bold, some softly colored. What sets these apart is texture. The background has a corded weave, like grosgrain. The stripes have a heavy mid-line of weaving, which ends in the surprise of tassels at the intersections of the stripes.
These are 100% cotton, and have a nice weight. They work well for everything from clothing to table clothes to bedspreads.
These are all discontinued, and when they are gone, they are gone.
I love the new pastels- they are fresh and pretty! They are the colors of spring flowers.
The yellow green windowpane plaid reminds one of daffodils in spring,
while the pastel blue and green colorway reminds one of bluebells.
Pretty as curtains,
pull the colors across the room by using it again on
on chairs or a stool, then add pillows!
The purple- lilac and green colorway reminds one of spring hyacinths!
The pastel blue and buff yellow windowpane plaid
is more subdued.
The pink and peachy yellow is pretty and feminine.
A colorway of pink and green has clear tones of green with rose pink.
that are lively, without being brash.
For those that loved the Indian Madras plaids of the mid-century. There are four different colorways, that are reminiscent of the colors used in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s.
The first has muted tones of rose and green on a buff yellow ground.
It has the look of a traditional Madras plaid, while still retaining a soft, open look.
Deeper in tone is the terracotta orange and sage green plaid.
The ground is a muted yellow gold.
Darker than the above is the orange and green plaid.
It’s background is curry yellow.
The darkest of these is the red and green Madras plaid.
It has an earthy look and feel to it.
The last two windowpane plaids have a classic look .
The first is a black and taupe-brown color.
The look is crisp.
The second is a gold and sage plaid.
It has a country look that would work well for farmhouse decorating.
See all of these windowpane plaid fabrics under the Plaid category