Five Quintessential New Orleans Fabrics Every Nola Lover Needs
New Orleans is unlike any other city in the world. New Orleans is truly one-of-a-kind, from our food, festivities, and music to our customs, traditions, and style.
This summer hasn't been easy, but as we always have, and as we always will, the Crescent City has endured and is slowly but surely coming back to life.
Help us celebrate all or at least some (!) of what sets Nola apart from the rest with five unique and quintessentially Nola fabrics!
Ellie Gaytor: Crescent City Music
This jazz print captures the way music brings life and color to Nola! Featuring water meter-inspired circles with saxophones, blues music notes, and color stars, it's the next best thing to going to one of our many, many music festivals!
Ellie Gaytor: Street Tiles
We embed our iconic blue and white tiles, which date back to the 1870s(!), in our sidewalks to identify street names and even businesses and house numbers. But, we use this fabric to sew cushy door signs so everyone knows whose room is whose at home! And other fun decor!
Fabric Finders: Crawfish Fleur-de-Lis
Two of our favorites in one adorable fabric! Our ever-present and iconic Fluer-de-Lis and delish crawfish, which we can get enough of when in season. We love this fabric for kitchen aprons and towels, and even placemats, napkins, and tablecloths for, what else? Crawfish boils!
Ellie Gaytor: Beignet - Christmas
Our iconic fried fritters deliciously covered with powdered sugar make the perfect holiday gift! And these beignets are calorie-free! It's a Christmas miracle!
Ellie Gaytor Pirogue - Christmas
It doesn't get much more Nola (or more adorable) than alligators pulling a sled. We just saw a bunch of alligators pulling a pirogue through the Quarter the other day ;-). This fabric would make for some seriously adorable children's clothing!
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