Fabric Remnants and Project Ideas from Henry Road

Fabric Remnants and Project Ideas from Henry Road

Sarah Coffey
Jan 28, 2008

Henry Road's fabrics are inspired by designer Paula Smail's memories of her many travels. These bold prints recall African and Asian designs from the 1960s and 70s with lots of colorful, graphic patterns.

For those who have small sewing projects in mind, one spot on their site offers remnant packages for $12.50 a piece. Browsing their webpage, we also saw a lot of ideas for small ways to bring pattern into your home. Click below to see them...

Sew together remnants to make table runners or napkins. You can also use fabric to dress up a lampshade.

Cover a book or journal in fabric, or make throw pillow from remnant squares.

• For more ideas from AT on how to use fabric remnants, click here.
• To see more from Henry Road, click here.

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