Fabrics come in so many gorgeous colors and patterns. Those patterns, though, can be a challenge for the workroom. Every job is unique as we adjust to the particular fabric, pattern and design. This article is first in a series that discusses different types of patterns and the workroom's approach.
The following article was published in the Drapery & Design Professional Magazine, Volume 2009, Issue 4. It is re-printed here with permission.
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