Anni Alber's Eclat pattern. Originally designed in 1974 as an upholstery pattern, Anni Albers' Eclat, was first produced printed on a cotton/ linen ground in various scales and color combinations. Reintroduction into the market as part of Knoll's 60th anniversary archival collection celebration in June 2007, Eclat, renamed Eclat Weave, is now produced as a woven, rather than printed, upholstery.

Originally designed in 1974 as an upholstery pattern, Anni Albers' Eclat, was first produced printed on a cotton/ linen ground in various scales and color combinations.

Jacob Hashimoto, US Idling in the Depths of Memory_Jacob Hashimoto is an artist based in New York. Drawing on his Japanese heritage, he creates light three-dimensional structures such as wall hangings comprising thousands of miniature 'kites':

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This would be an interesting quilt to make--just use one stripe fabric for the entire quilt, change orientation, size of blocks,,etc.

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