Home & Textiles Today Staff -- Home Textiles Today, March 30, 2001
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Windsor, Masquerade, Isabella, Josephine, Old World, Aubusson, Calabash, Cloisonne, Liseree and Essence are all new. All of the introductions' new sheets will be going to a 14-inch pocket and will include oversize sheets and decorative pillows in their ensembles. Windsor, reminiscent of the Baroque period, is a multi-colored jacquard with a silk look, while Masquerade is a combination of four different patterns on a warped print utilizing lavender as the key coloration. Isabella, also a multi-colored fill, features a baroque design and a basket weave on the coordinating sheet, while Josephine utilizes coordinating trims of ivory and pale yellow to present a formal, but relaxed look. Old World features 16 different jacquard patterns woven into one overall design, while Aubusson, reminiscent of a Turkish rug, is a subdued pattern. Cloisonne is done in a full chenille, while Calabash is an updated younger approach to a patchwork pattern and uses a combination of shine and more subdued yarns and a velvet coordinate. Liserre is a Victorian lacquered look with a small-scale floral, while Essence is a relaxing large-scale floral done in blue and is a heat-transfer sheer over a sky blue cloud print.
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