About Jacquard
Jacquard fabric often features elaborately woven patterns, usually characterized by the repetition of large designs as well as tapestry effects. This style of fabric is named after the loom, designed in the 19th century by Joseph Jacquard, used to weave it. Jacquard weaves typically incorporate the design into the weave itself, rather than printing it on the fabric, which creates a more durable fabric. Jacquard fabric brings together multiple colors and yarns which illuminate gorgeous patterns and color gradations. Find the Jacquard upholstery fabric you need at Stark.
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