Classic Damask Fabric
is woven to achieve a tone on tone effect and its patterns are often floral. Damask fabric
is lighter weight than brocade and is sometimes referred to as Jacquard. This classic damask fabric
collection offers both drapery, bedding and upholstery fabric from budget to high end designer. All damask fabrics
are available online by the yard at discount prices with samples also being available.
Damask Medallion Fabric
Damask medallion fabrics
with large and small medallions are offered in these drapery and upholstery fabrics which are also great for bedding and window treatments.
Modern Contemporary Damask Fabric
A new take on classic damask fabrics are featured with a twist of todays modern colors and style can be found in this modern damask fabric
and contemporary damask fabric
collection. These modern damask fabrics
are in damask designs you will love. This contemporary damask fabric
offering contains drapery and upholstery fabrics for use in decorating your home.
Silk Damask Fabric
100% Silk Damask Fabric
is featured in this collection which also includes some faux silk damasks and formal satin base Jacquard fabrics suitable for drapery and upholstery use. These silk damask fabrics
range in price from budget to high end designer in a variety of styles and colors from which to choose.
2105 Damask Jacquard
Mitchell Fabrics 2105 Damask Jacquard
Charlotte Fabrics Elegant Damasks
Flocked damask Neiman fabric is available in 10 beautiful designer colors. This soft fabric is bold enough to stand by itself as a focal point or can serve as a great coordinating piece as well. Perfect for window treatments, bedding and accessories.
Old World Classics
Charlotte Fabrics Old World Classics
traditional fabrics are great for drapery and upholstery use and feature traditional fleur de lis patterns, stripes with damask patterns, tone on tone stripes, colorful stripes and victorian damasks along with coordinating solids.
style weaving began in Asia, spreading to the middle East, and reaching to Europe through traders. The name Damask originated in the 12th century after Damascus, the center of textile manufacturing. Classic damask fabric
was made from silk with an assortment of raised design patterns. Today, damask refers more to the weave rather than the fabric allowing damask fabric to be manufactured using a number of different fibers. Damask fabric
is wonderful for use in garments, decorative pillows, light upholstery, and draperies.