What could be better than combining the style and elegance of a design drawn from the inspiration of the William Morris School and a 15th Century Portrait of Richard III. Fairford Does both! Fairford is a medium-scale ecclesiastical fabric design. This pattern, Fairford, features a pineapple motif as well as an ogee motif among lush foliage. The size and scale of the pattern allow it to be very useful for the creation of a variety of church vestment pieces from stoles and altar frontals to chasubles and copes. Fairford is available in both solid colored (tone on tone) liturgical fabrics and two-tone colored liturgical fabrics. The design cuts well for use in orphrey bands and accent pieces for church vestments. Use the two colorways individually or combine them to create stunning designs for your faith community. Fairford has a high thread count, which makes a perfect base church fabric for hand embroidery with gold and silk threads.*
Colors: Bridal White, Ivory, Red, Greed, Blue, Violet, Gold, Black. Ivory/Gold, Red/Gold, Blue/Gold, Violet/Gold, Black/Gold, Black/Silver
Width: 57" (145 cm)
Pattern repeat: 21 ½" (55 cm)
Fiber content: 60% Cotton, 40% Viscose
*Fairford is also suitable as a fabric for use in creating period costumes, wedding gowns, historical garments, Home Decor, Collegiate or University Gowns, and theatrical costumes due to the accuracy and quality of the fabric design motif.