Big, bold, and colorful flowers along with graphic and geometric textural designs gives this 1970s Cohama Fabrics a unique, statement-making quality that would be great in a kid’s room, as pillows for upcycled reselling or a 70s throwback space, to girly up your She Shed, or to redo curtains or a bench covering for a glamping camper and more!
High contrast busyness lends a daring punch to this fabric — for the bold designer!
COLORS: Intense pumpkin orange, mango, sunshine, white, raspberry, and cranberry.
Mid- to heavy-weight, this is Zeppel coated upholstery fabric. Individual floral motifs could be extracted for use in appliqué or fabric collage projects.
SIZE: 48″ wide + .75″ selvage each side by 1 yard long increments. Flowers range from 3″ to 5.5″ to 7″ to a whopping 10″!
CONDITION: Excellent overall. On a few of the white flowers there’s a touch of discoloration but so mild I couldn’t even capture it with my camera. A bleach pen or spot treatment may do the job if you notice it at all.
MAKER: Cohama made textiles early in the 20th century and the fabrics were used by such design luminaries as Diane Von Furstenburg.
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