Textillery Weavers expands Sunbrella fabrics  

Bloomington, Ind. – Textillery Weavers is expanding its licensed program with indoor/outdoor fabric brand Sunbrella by the addition of high-performance throws with new windowpane, complementary stripe and plaid designs in neutral, blue and cucumber green tones.

The products are resistant to stains, bleaching, molding, the effects of the sun and fading, and they are machine washable. Ideal for both indoor and outdoor use, these throws are available in one size – 42-inch-by-72-inch – and carry a suggested retail price point of $215. They will be on display in April during International Home Furnishings market in High Point, N.C.

The trademarked Sunbrella brand yarns are manufactured by Glen Raven Custom Fabrics.

“In addition to the strong brand awareness and solid reputation the Sunbrella name carries, the high performance features of Sunbrella yarns insure that our signature colors and textures stay vibrant and fresh for years,” said Judith Rose, Textillery head designer.

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