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Oxford fabric is a very popular shirting fabric, particularly for more casual or sporty styles of dress shirts. It’s a bit thicker than what we’d consider “fine” dress shirt fabrics, and has a hearty feel that is both durable and naturally resistant to wrinkles. Oxford fabric can be found in a variety of qualities.

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Luckily there is a way to have pvc fabric amazon

2020-07-20
By: goodfmbricbs
Posted in: Ripstop Fabric PVC

Luckily there is a way to have pvc fabric amazon the best or both worlds a Custom Rug, made in the traditional hand-knotted method. Today, there are weaving centers in Nepal and India populated by displaced Tibetans who hand make rugs for export. This allows them to be self sufficient and not reliant on their host countries. In the 50 odd years since they were forced from Tibet, they have managed to retain their culture and identity, and kept their centuries old tradition of rug making alive. These centers are often the hubs of the community, housing childrens schools and adult education classes.

With a hand knotted custom rug, you can select from the wide range of modern designs available, or you can utilize the graphic designer to match a wallpaper or fabric swatch. You can select from over 1200 color samples, or can use your swatch to obtain a perfect color match. In the Tibetan tradition, these custom rugs are only made from the highest quality hand-combed and hand-spun wool made from Tibetan highland sheep and Grade A Chinese silk. The Tibetan rug knot is a unique high density knot that produces a denser rug, increasing its durability.

So, you really can have it all! A custom rug made to your size, shape, color, and pattern specification usually for less cost than a traditional hand-knotted rug, and you can usually have it in less than 3 months. A short amount of time to wait while talented Tibetans hand knot a custom rug just for you!

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