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Room 406 –

Mar 13, 2014 | Leave a Comment

bespoke blanket, organic blanket, designer blanket, Eleanor Pritchard

Room 406, an annex to the furniture maker Troscan, offers “vintage furniture, small-batch textiles, rare artifacts, hand-thrown ceramics and contemporary art” as well as a selection of the company’s own designs. Their textiles currently include an array of blankets and throws by Teixidors, Hiroko Takeda, Eleanor Pritchard (as pictured above), and Studio Donegal.

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Old New House –

Mar 6, 2014 | 1 Comment

kilim, antique carpet, vintage rug, kilim pillow

Old New House offers something surprisingly rare: a lovingly selected and accessibly priced collection of vintage carpets. No need to risk life and limb (and hours online) with EBay, Craigslist, or the random, unvetted results from Google searches. Plus, a purchase from ONH helps support a true family business. (They sell pillows too, like the one pictured above.)

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Custom Cool –

Feb 9, 2014 | 1 Comment

custom carpet, custom area rug, vermicular

I’m getting back in the swing of things – now with baby in tow – and am hopeful I can keep Fibercopia frequently updated with new and interesting posts in 2014! I’ve been catching up on a backlog of magazines this weekend and have a few nuggets to share — this first one via Elle DecorCustom Cool is a new pattern-centric carpet and accessories company offering “chilled and unchilled” designs in a rainbow of colors and in fibers ranging from wool to hemp to nettle. Their Vermicular carpet is pictured above.

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Mourne Textiles –

Oct 5, 2013 | Leave a Comment

northern ireland textile, irish textile, irish blanket, irish wool

With a legacy of hand weaving and textile design that reaches back three generations, family-run Mourne Textiles has recently dusted off their original looms and now proudly lays claim to being the only hand loom weaving workshop in Northern Ireland. As demonstrated in their still-evolving website, their carefully edited collection is infused with a timeless focus on the simplicity of pure craft.

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Asher Market –

Aug 27, 2013 | Leave a Comment

alpaca blanket, alpaca pillow

Started up by two sisters after an inspiring trip to Peru, Asher Market is the place for vibrant alpaca throws and pillows.

Via C Magazine.

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Gray Market

Aug 21, 2013 | Leave a Comment

block printed textile, indian block print, block print table linen

Berkeley based Gray Market offers a small but lovely collection of block printed textiles, including table linens, throw pillows, and accessories.  — Now if only there was more explicit information on their website about purchasing…

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Marijke Arkley –

Aug 8, 2013 | Leave a Comment

handwoven pillow, handwoven textile, australian textile designer

Marijke Arkley, an Australian textile designer based in Amsterdam, makes beautiful hand loomed pillows — sold here.

Via Style Files.

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By Molle –

Aug 5, 2013 | Leave a Comment

dutch textile, recycled blanket, contemporary table linens, linen table cloth

Clean, simple, classic goodness — By Molle.

Via Dwell.

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Folk Fibers –

Jul 21, 2013 | Leave a Comment

american quilt, handmade quilt, custom quilt

Anyone with the patience, tenacity, and talent to grow a small business making handmade quilts is worthy of both envy and admiration — as is the case with Maura Grace Ambrose of Folk Fibers. Ambrose not only succeeds at making beautiful quilts, she also furthers the endeavor by harvesting organic dyes, commissioning hand crafted packaging, and by employing a network of freelance quilters within her community of Austin, Texas.

Via Sweet Peach.

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Two Fold –

Jun 28, 2013 | Leave a Comment

contemporary textile, spoon fabric, contemporary pillow, australian fabric

At Two Fold the globe hopping textile enthusiast Jessica Warner pulls together a wonderful collection of wares from over a dozen talented designers. The best way to view her shop is to explore the “Designs By” section artist by artist. It’s here that the stories – and people – behind the products come alive. A tablecloth by RosenbergCph is pictured above.

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