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Fabrics & Linen: Ian Mankin Oilcloth

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Fabrics & Linen: Ian Mankin Oilcloth

Janet Hall April 02, 2009

One of my all-time favorite fabric purveyors, Ian Mankin, offers several of his wonderful fabrics in an oilcloth finish. The 100 percent natural cottons (more than 90 percent of Mankin’s fabrics are woven in the UK at a traditional, family-run Lancashire cotton mill) are treated with a matte PVC coating, which makes them water-resistant and easy to clean. N.B. Ian Mankin ships to the US.

Above: Odeon 8 Indigo Oilcloth; £24 per meter at Ian Mankin.

Above: Suffolk Check Indigo Oilcloth; £24 per meter at Ian Mankin.

Above: Linen/Cotton Holland Check Peony Oilcloth; £24 per meter at Ian Mankin.

Above: Odeon 8 Peony Oilcloth; £24 per meter at Ian Mankin.

Above: Ascot Stripe Oilcloth; £24 per meter at Ian Mankin.

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