Zinal is the furthest Swiss village up the Val d’anniver valley, it is a long thin village but has the most delightful old wooden chalets. They have been built out of larch wood which has turned black over many decades. You can really imagine what it must have been like to go on a pioneer skiing holiday in the 1950s. It still has real charm and hasn’t been taken over but the tourists, it is set against the most dramatic backdrop of white rocky snow topped mountains.
Zinal stripe fabric appears to look like a woven stripe but it is in fact printed. I created this design by arranging lots of little tiny squares to form a woven stripe. I found an old Swiss duvet cover and it had an embroidered strip going across it. I counted the squares it was a bit like doing cross stitch but on a MAC and that is how I created this effect. You can never go wrong with a stripe and this is a great medium sized scale scale not too large or too tiny you can’t see it. Hopefully there are enough colours to choose from to be included in your project.
Composition – 50% linen 50% cotton
Printed width of fabric – 138cm
Vertical repeat – 6.4cm
Horizontal repeat- 7cm
Care instructions – Dry Clean/Do not wash
Origin – UK
Designer – Charlotte Gaisford
(available in 50cm increments after 1m minimum order)
minimum order – 1m
Lead time – Please see FAQ for current lead times
Suitability – Suitable for all kinds of soft furnishings, curtains, blinds, cushions, headboards
Upholstery – Suitable for light/occasional use upholstery, for example a bedroom chair. Please do not use for any upholstery which comes into regular contact with food, pets or sticky fingers.
Stock – All fabric is printed to order we hold no stock
Headboards by @truffle_headboards