Turing Pattern II Upholstery Fabric
The mathematician Alan Turing introduced a concept in mathematics that describes how patterns in nature can arise from a uniform state. More properly known as reaction-diffusion patterns, they are commonly referred to as "Turing Patterns" in honor of the great British mathematician. In this version, I've created a Turing Pattern with a preference for the horizontal and vertical. The resulting pattern was then made to repeat seamlessly, and colored.
Available in five pattern scales (two are shown here), ranging from just 1.45 inches, up to 29 inches. Shown here in just a few of my favorite colors; many more variations are possible. Contact me to discuss customizing this fabric for your project.
This is a premium woven fabric suitable for commercial and residential upholstery, accessories and even outerwear. Please note, this is not a printed fabric! It is woven on jacquard looms in the pattern shown. Sold only by the yard. Weaving takes 3 to 4 weeks (longer for Damask), plus shipping time. Contact me for discounts on large orders of this fabric (26+ yards).
Woven to order on jacquard looms in the United States.
Intricately woven and medium weight, Multi is a stylish, contemporary quality designed to support a variety of colorways. Suitable for upholstery, drapery, and accessory projects that require plenty of color.
- 19% Nylon
- 81% Recycled Polyester
- Durability: 75,000 DR ("double rubs")
- Pilling Resistance: 4.5/5.0
- 58 inches wide
Spot clean with a 1:4 solution mild enzyme detergent mixed with water, or for tougher stains a 1:10 solution of bleach in water, followed by a water rinse.