This week’s throwback fabric comes from the same year Neil Armstrong was landing on the moon: 1969.


It was a transitional time in the world when this fabric was being produced and the design reflects that. Its bright, vibrant shades were very common during this era of civil rights movements, women gaining more power in the home and work place, as well as the “Free Love” revolution.

Available in three distinct shades, this fabric’s linen-cotton feel gives our textile experts a clue that it was most likely used for home decor such as curtains being that the material drapes well.

Which color design would you have hanging in your 1969 home?