Marconi Fabric in Multi-Marine
This happy dash dot pattern started out as a mark-making experiment in Rebecca’s sketchbook – she loved how the repetition of these simple shapes combined to create a new pattern. Marconi, located on the national seashore in Welfleet Cape Cod, was the site of the first transatlantic wireless communication in 1903. The dots and dashes of this pattern reminded Rebecca of the idea of signals being shared across the ocean.
Suggested use: Drapery and pillows—or even a lampshade.
Printed in Rhode Island
100% Belgian Linen
Printed fabric width: 52”
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