Be Trend: The Arboretum Embroidery Collection

From left to right: 02527, 02524 and 02526.

Combining traditional and modern design for an eclectic look, Trend’s exclusive Arboretum Embroidery collection features unique patterns on faux silk and organza ground cloth. Pattern 02527 captures charm and sophistication with clipped embroidery diamonds on a delicate organza cloth. 02524 unites a dented stripe with whimsical leaf vines, creating a unique, stylish pattern. Displaying a clean and simple look, 02526 is a classic dented stripe on faux silk. The chic design of 02525 presents appliquéd organza ribbon in a wavy stripe on faux silk, adding a modern touch to this collection.

View these patterns in a range of colors online at Arboretum Embroidery.

About FabricutFabrics

Fabricut Inc. is one of the largest, most progressive distributors of fabrics, trimmings, wallcoverings and decorative drapery hardware to the interior design trade. Our devotion to supplying exquisite products is over 50 years strong and continues with a daily commitment to develop exclusive products for our customers. With an array of traditional, transitional and contemporary styles, patterns and palettes available, Fabricut is the designer’s preference for fabrics, trimmings, wallcoverings and decorative hardware. Our extensive line of in-stock fabrics, extraordinary customer service and a knowledgeable, worldwide sales force is unmatched. The Fabricut Family of Brands includes: Fabricut, Stroheim, Vervain, S. Harris, Trend, Fabricut Contract and S. Harris Contract.
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