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Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper Co.

by Grace Bonney

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All summer I’ve been slowly reintroducing myself to my old love of patterns, after preferring a more minimal look over the past few years. I’ve been clipping, dog-earing and pinning great patterned fabric, and today I’m excited to have some beautiful new styles to add to my wish list.

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This week Rifle Paper Co. launched its debut collection of fabric. In addition to their already booming collection of paper goods, wallpaper, prints and office accessories, Rifle is now offering a wide range of patterned textiles that will be printed on cotton, canvas and rayon so they’re suitable for all sorts of applications, from upholstery (yay!) to fashion.

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Rifle teamed up with Cotton + Steel to manufacture the collection (which is being screen printed in Japan) and this first series of patterns, called Les Fleurs, continues with Anna’s signature hand-painted flower style, as well as cityscape imagery. The fabrics will be available on Rifle’s website (as well as fabric sellers across the country) and range from $11.50 to $19.75 per yard. If you’re looking to upgrade a beloved piece of furniture or tackle your own sewing project, these would be a great place to start. Click here to check them all out online! xo, grace

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