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Fabricut and Traditional Home partnered with textile students at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) for a once-in-a-lifetime design incubation project: design fabrics that generate fresh, new ideas in a field that is rooted in tradition. During their six-week … Continue reading
Fabricut is featured in the May 2014 issues of House Beautiful and Traditional Home. House Beautiful – May 2014 Fabrics: Outdoor Prints Page 44 Fabricut’s Flowerama in color Lawn (#10) Traditional Home – May 2014 New+Next Palette Pure Sunshine Page 30 Fabricut’s … Continue reading
This past Spring semester, Fabricut and Traditional Home partnered with students at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) for a once-in-a-lifetime design incubation project. RISD textile students were tasked to design fabrics that generate fresh, new ideas in a … Continue reading
Fabricut is thrilled to partner with Traditional Home and the Rhode Island School of Design for a new program this semester where RISD textile students will design fabrics to be manufactured for Fabricut, Stroheim and Vervain. Here’s the official press … Continue reading