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Textillery expands Sunbrella throw line with new plush stripe designs
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Nov '08
Textillery Weavers, the exclusive throw licensee for Sunbrella, is expanding its collection of high-performance throws with new plush stripe designs in Bermuda blue, chive green and gold tones.

Ideal as indoor or outdoor accents, the newest Sunbrella designs and many more will be on display January 25-29, 2009 during the New York International Gift Fair, held at the Jacob K. Javits Center, Accent on Design – Booth No 4121.

“Our licensed Sunbrella collection continues to offer tremendous sales opportunities to home furnishings and accessory retailers and designers,” says Judith Rose, head designer, Textillery Weavers.

“In addition to the strong brand awareness and solid reputation the Sunbrella name carries, the high performance features of Sunbrella yarns insure that our signature colors and textures stay vibrant and fresh for years. These features combined with the fact that they can survive countless trips to the washing machine make our Sunbrella throws versatile and fun accents for any room inside or outside the home.”

Through the innovation of Sunbrella brand yarns, manufactured by Glen Raven Custom Fabrics, LLC in Glen Raven, N.C., Textillery's new designs offer a sumptuous hand designed look and rich enduring colors that are worry free. Machine washable, they never lose their dramatic effect. Ideal for both indoor and outdoor use, these throws are available in one size 42” x 72” with a suggested retail price of $245.

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