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Norman Bernie offers natural fibered patterned slipcovers
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Jul '13
Norman S. Bernie Co serving the San Francisco Bay Area for over 55 years with the finest decorative fabric inventory in Northern California, has many wonderful upholstery fabrics in stock, ideal for slipcovers. And, in addition to the beautiful in-stock slipcover fabrics, Norman Bernie Co. is announcing the arrival of exquisite pre-washed, natural fibered patterns which can be used both for slipcovers and as drapery fabrics.

Four patterns having just arrived this last week are: "Merrimon Washed: Natural", a 100% cotton duck, as well as "Sedona: Coastal Blue", a washed lush denim, both from Golding Fabrics; "Elysee: Linen", a 100% soft duck printed with French script from Kaslen Textiles, much like the regularly stocked pattern from Lacefield Designs, "Document"; and "Highlander: Oatmeal", a nubby and rich 100% cotton from Benartex Home.

In stock, Norman S. Bernie Co. is featuring P/Kaufmann's matelasse, "Osaka"; Waverly's embroidered 100% cotton, "Candlewicking." And for the truly casual look, 100% cotton twill and duck, in white and off-white, all offered at discounted prices.

Summer is here, and this is the ideal time to take advantage of the terrific deals on upholstery fabrics, both for fitted upholstery and slipcovers, and drapery fabrics at Norman S. Bernie Co., the one-stop fabric shop, offering discounted prices and the friendliest and most expert customer service in the industry.

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