echino Jacquard Series

echino with a Touch of Class

Featured today is a beautiful jacquard echino fabric with a touch of class and richness.
“In jacquard weaves, shades of the matched-up weaving yarn and the weaving style create the look. In this material, echino’s popular pattern feels more mature. While the three patterns x three colors style reflects echino’s standard coloring scheme, slightly glossy thread and three dimensional material make the fabric look chic. Normally Jacquard weave reminds you of a solid, stiff and heavy fabric, but echino’s jacquard is meticulously created with stylish design, proper thickness and ease of handling with the fabric in mind. From home and interior décor sewing projects to bags and small items, you can enjoy a variety of creations with this fabric.” (Etsuko Furuya, echino Designer)

samber JG96150-50 Jacquard JG96150-50_2

samber is a fabric that many agree is an icon of the echino series. A slightly fluffy weaving yarn used for dots creates a spiced-up fabric with a three dimensional look. Though the pattern is simple, an upscale feel is expressed through the use of glossy yarns.

damask JG96150-51 Jacquard JG96150-51_2

damask features a classic damask style design as its name declares. The design is perfect for a weaved textile like this with an addition of an echino-like accent, a “bird” pattern, inside. “Independent of the passage of time, this is a design that can be utilized for many years to come. You can also enjoy it as it ages like a vintage fabric with the passing of time.” (by Furuya)

piece JG96150-52 Jacquard JG96150-52_2

piece is a very echino-like fabric with a multi-color patchwork pattern. “Featuring as many color yarns as possible, this unique fabric was created with geometric shapes. Layers of warp and weft and their combinations allow for the colors to multiply. It was so impressive when the work was completed, that I have a special feeling for this fabric. Wherever you cut it, it has such an impact. It will make a fantastic interior design accent.” (by Furuya)