Many lovely damask and brocade liturgical fabrics have their roots in French Designs. Truro Damask is one such pattern taken after the style of eighteenth century designs of the Marlborough and Blenheim period. This pattern was designed by F. J. Flanagan and, owing to the scale of the pattern, this would be perfect for larger ecclesiastical projects. Truro has a soft drape and hand and richness of color that only comes with the elegance of a silk damask. Truro is the only damask available in a deep rich Indigo color.
Colors: Ivory, Black, Blue, Green, Indigo and Red
Pattern repeat: 14" (35cm)
Width: 56" (143)
Fiber Content: 58% Cotton, 42% Silk
Truro 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. The silk fibers make this a truly special fabric.