Welcome to our website
Greetings from Dharug and Gundungurra land.
It's been a while now since I've taken the distribution of Cloth back in-house. This is good for me because I love being personally connected with my customers. No agents, no reps - just me and Chrissie in my Blue Mountains studio. And honestly, I love working from home, here in the bush landscape that inspires me.
You are in the ClothFabric Shop
On this site you can buy our full range of designs and colourways currently available on the roll.
You can also shop for cut pieces or fat quarters, and stock up on ScrapCloth pieces, so you can mindfully mend your favourite things and calmly slow-stitch your way through these challenging times.
Keep scrolling down and you'll find a photo gallery that showcases some beautifully upholstered furniture, curtains, lampshades and stitching projects. You can explore the site and shop for fabric by clicking through on the gallery images or through the menu bar.
Please get in touch if you’ve got any questions. I’m here and I'm happy to help.
Still made by hand in Australia
ClothFabric is hand screenprinted in regional NSW in 20 metre runs using water-based commercial screen printing inks. The base cloth is hard wearing upholstery linen or hemp, heat treated with no fabric finishes, so it softens and fades naturally over time and with use.
That's why ClothFabric gets even handsomer with age.
To find out more about my philosophy and the art practice that informs my designs have a look at my JuliePaterson website.
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If you want to keep up with ClothFabric news - sales, previews, pop-ups and Julie's art exhibitions, then click this link to subscribe to Julie Paterson's every-now-and-then newsletter. (You'll be taken to juliepaterson.com.au where you can subscribe in about ten seconds flat.)
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Acknowledgement of country
We acknowledge the Dharug and Gundungurra people, the Traditional Owners of the land where we live and work.
We recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community.
We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.