Resembling an American quilt, Campobello is a print that symbolizes Sister Parish’s love for American Craft, and most specifically, quilting. Parish Hadley worked with quilters from Selma Alabama in the late 1960s to develop patchwork quilted yard goods and also collaborated with the Freedom Quilting Bee from 1967 to 1969, bringing old-fashioned quilts to high end publications. The primitive tree border along the side enhances the sophistication of Campobello. Hand-woven in the USA, Sister Parish Campobello Fabric is available in four polychromatic colorways.
Eleanor & Franklin Roosevelt were married at Mr. & Mrs. Henry Parish’s house in New York City. Campobello was their country house in Canada.
Woven from 100% recycled polyester using high-energy UV dyes and finished with Defend +, Sister Parish Performance fabrics are designed to repel water, as well as resist mold, mildew, and staining. They are guaranteed to resist fading for 3 years and last season after season, indoors or out. The durable weaves and refined texture make them great for homes with pets and kids. Woven in the United States at an energy-efficient mill.
*We do not offer CFA's on performance fabric because of the consistency between dye lots. Should you wish to see the fabric in person, please refer to a sample of the fabric*
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