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Our toile is featured in House Beautiful, Oct. 2008, pg. 77. The fabric appears in the article on designer Hal Williamson, "A Fabulously Feminine New Orleans Home." - Roulhac

Our Featured Architextiles...

Navy pattern

Cranberry pattern

Black pattern

Louisiana Purchase Toile: By the square, 54" by 54", $90.

Nouvelle France Scarf
Showing French history and architectural heritage in the New World from 1604, this scarf presents the earliest French architecture in North America. Buildings from Jacques Cartier's period are illustrated from period books and maps. Views of Montreal and Quebec along the Saint Laurence River.

The Lighthouse at Louisbourg dates from 1731; L'lle Sainte-Croix, 1604. Fort Saint-Joseph, 1682; Saint François de Sales Church, Quebec, 1734. The border is an adaptation of wrought iron hardware with birds from the New World that impressed the explorers and naturalists in the early 17th century. The halftone background is a map of Canada.

Size: 35" by 35" square, hand-hemmed.
Colors: Black, Navy or Cranberry
Price: $65

To Order: Please visit our order page.