Outdoor fabrics just keep getting better. We like this modern interpretation of Mexican folk textiles. Colores de Mexico is a new line from Sina Pearson Textiles woven from Sunbrella acrylic fibers. That means it will stand up to sun, rain, mildew, chlorine, spilled margaritas, or whatever else the great outdoors throws at it. Available soon through Rearrange. For more outdoor fabrics, see our new issue, on newsstands now.

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Outdoor fabrics just keep getting better. We like this modern interpretation of Mexican folk textiles. Colores de Mexico is a new line from Sina Pearson Textiles woven from Sunbrella acrylic fibers. That means it will stand up to sun, rain, mildew, chlorine, spilled margaritas, or whatever else the great outdoors throws at it. Available soon through Rearrange. For more outdoor fabrics, see our new issue, on newsstands now.

 

Outdoor fabrics just keep getting better. We like this modern interpretation of Mexican folk textiles. Colores de Mexico is a new line from Sina Pearson Textiles woven from Sunbrella acrylic fibers. That means it will stand up to sun, rain, mildew, chlorine, spilled margaritas, or whatever else the great outdoors throws at it. Available soon through Rearrange. For more outdoor fabrics, see our new issue, on newsstands now.

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