HBF Textiles: Fall 2019 Collection

HBF Textiles Fall 2019 Collection

October 1969, a cabin in the deep north woods, where the smell of pines is drifting on a cool fall breeze. A loon sings her song in the distance as we snap a mountain of green beans into the family kettle. My plaid clothed grandpa sneaks off for a quick fishing jaunt before dinner as I wrap my favorite corduroy jacket around my shoulders. These moments seem like yesterday and are some of my fondest memories as a child. Today they are recreations of those snapshots for the Fall 2019 collection, with materials that are warm, comforting, familiar, grounded and charmingly specific.

HBF’s Fall Collection meets a great price point starting at $26/yard going up to $64/yard. Four of the five patterns are bleach-cleanable and the whole collection includes post-consumer recycled contents as well as SCS Indoor Advantage Gold certified. Click the link above for the full presentation.

Roy’s Cords

Who doesn’t love a wide wale corduroy? From overalls to a jacket, Roy’s Cords interprets our warm feelings for this cloth with vibrant hues that feel fresh and new.

Picnic Plaid

One of my favorite type of designs, plaids, speak to wooly hiking jackets, fishing attire, and picnic outings. Picnic Plaid recalls these images in a windowpane pattern enhanced by two modern accent lines.

All Terrain

Rugged yet soft, All Terrain is our newest faux leather composed of a 100% polycarbonate surface for superior performance in all applications. It is beautifully mottled to emulate a distressed leather for a more relaxed environment.

Happy Camper

This charming little chenille check has a small sparkle yarn mixed into the weave for a glint of contrast on the surface. Like a flannel lined sleeping bag, Happy Camper hugs and protects you from the elements.

Sweater Weather

This wonderful translation of a lovingly knitted pattern, Sweater Weather has an inviting hand, charming design and heavy-duty performance. Doesn’t it make you want a mug of hot cocoa with big marshmallows?

Sweater Weather