Chic | Flirtation

Meet Revolution pattern Chic.. a swirl pattern in bright retro colors as well as a full range of neutrals.  And the coordinating Revolution pattern Flirtation is an undulating dot available in a rainbow of matching colors.

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Visible light

The beauty of vibrant color in its purest form peaks through a crack in the windowpane on an early Spring morning, finding its resting place on the muted surface of the sofa. The irony is breathtaking.  If only this spectrum of color could be held. . . could be harnessed. . . could be experienced again and again.  Vibrant color finds its eternal home in this pattern called “Spin City.”  Inhale. . . exhale. . . and experience color again and again.  Bring the joy of new, bleach cleanable Revolution jacquards to your home… even if you live on the dark side of the moon. . .

Spin City 

Spin City 

High tech meets low tech

Here is a collection of our high tech Revolution Performance Fabrics® that are inspired by low tech hand loomed fabrics. These fabrics are inspired by: French grain sacks, Haitian cottons, and vintage hand loomed fabrics. We are drawn to the natural looking soft easy to live with fabric. Now, they are truly easy to live with because of their clean ability and durability. Not only are they beautiful they’re performance.

Weekender  |  Amish  |  Danish  |  Espadrille  |  Craftwork  |  Haitian

Weekender  Horizon

Weekender  Horizon

Amish Cotton 

Amish Cotton 

Danish Mushroom 

Danish Mushroom 

Espadrille Citrus

Espadrille Citrus

Craftwork Pastel 

Craftwork Pastel 

Craftwork Pebble 

Craftwork Pebble 

Haitian Metal 

Haitian Metal 

Espadrille Gray

Espadrille Gray

Weekender Indigo 

Weekender Indigo 

Danish Cotton 

Danish Cotton 

Going for the gold🏅

I have to say that I absolutely love the Olympics.  I am amazed by all of the time and dedication that goes into training.  I love seeing athletes make history, inspire others and transform lives.

So I was thinking about a fabric Olympics.  Who would win?  Revolution Performance Fabrics® from Team U.S.A. of course!  Our training? We have dedicated time and energy into developing a product that is cleanable, chemical free, affordable and made to last.  We have run trials to prove that we are ready. We are up on the podium, now let us show you that we are worthy of a gold medal!!

TEAM STI

TEAM STI
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Yes we are making history, not on the same level as the true Olympians, but we are showing the world that you CAN have a fabric that you can live with and not have to worry about harsh chemical treatments that are harmful to your body.  You CAN have a fabric that is affordable.  You CAN have a fabric that is made to last.  Let us inspire you and transform your life.  

 

What Is a Gold Medal Worth to Olympic Athletes?

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Colors Inspired by Nature

Nature is the best inspiration for color and color combinations.  The range of colors within a single flower, autumn leaves on a mountain, or a brilliant sunset offer beautiful color combinations. 

Pattern: Snake River

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Answer: Infinity

BALTIC

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The newest Revolution stripe added to The Glen Read Collection, pattern Baltic, with the look and hand of organic cotton, along with the remarkable ability to have stains removed with just a little soap and water.

Texture Inspired by Nature....

I have always been drawn to the textures of nature when seeking inspiration for new design ideas.  Living in the foothills of North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains most certainly has an influence on this magic pull to nature as design.  An artist interprets the world around him and funnels that interpretation into chosen media such as painting, sculpture or fabric design.  Producing Revolution Performance Fabrics®, my mind takes ease in knowing these fabrics can and do have a positive influence on nature, creating a much smaller footprint than other performance fabrics in the marketplace.  Do we add potentially harmful PFC chemicals to our fabrics? Certainly not.  By using Olefin yarns, the pigments are an integral component of the yarn, and we are actually using yarn produced from what was formerly waste products.  It is certainly reassuring, and almost liberating to interpret the textures of my world by producing a fabric with the smallest carbon footprint of any synthetic fiber.

So, can Revolution Performance Fabrics® change our world?  I'd certainly like to think so.