Dune
Star
Acorn
Cafe
Ruby
Sangria
Raisin
Pansy
Night
Apple
Olive
Holly
Laurel
Cyan
Peacock
Denim
Oak
Clove
Flax
Pigeon
Jet
Night
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2x3" Night ChipComplete Graph Chain Set or Binder Card
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Application Upholstery
Content 100% Post Consumer Recycled Polyester
Width 54"
Weight 18 oz./Linear yard
Repeat 1/4" Vertical , 1/4" Horizonta
Finish/Backing Greenshield®/Acrylic
Abrasion Resistance 195,000* Double Rubs (Wyzenbeek)
Flammability NFPA 260, TB 117-2013
Color Fastness Passes AATCC 8 Dry Crocking, Class 4 minimum. Wet Crocking, Class 3 minimum
Tensile Passes Brush Pill ASTM D3511, 3 minimum
Light Fastness Passes AATCC 16A or AATCC 16E Class 4 minimum at 40 hours
Cleaning Code WS - Water- or solvent-based cleaner only.
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KI Grade P0/G View Graph Fabric Card PDF ()
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Back to Basics
By Luise Stromberg

Be it Picasso or Descartes, Euclid or DaVinci, the artist and the scientist both depend upon basic geometric principles to define space. From a single point in space to the multiple lines of a grid or the curve on a graph, the foundation of creativity starts with these basic elements. From painters to physicists, blank canvases are filled with points, lines, grids and curves. Each pattern of the Back to Basics™ Collection highlights one of these elements, celebrating its essence and reminding us that beginnings are beautiful things.

 Abrasion resistance is the surface wear of a fabric caused by rubbing and contact with another fabric.
*Multiple factors affect fabric durability and appearance retention, including end-user application and proper maintenance. Wyzenbeek results above 100,000 double rubs have not been shown to be a reliable indicator of increased fabric lifespan.


 Flame resistance is the measurement of a fabric's performance when it is exposed to specific sources of ignition. 

Crocking is the transfer of dye from the surface of a dyed or printed fabric onto another surface by rubbing. 

Seam slippage is the movement of yarns in a fabric that occurs when it is pulled apart at a seam.
 
Colorfastness to light refers to a material's degree of resistance to the fading effect of light.



NOTE: Due to differences in monitor settings, there may be a slight variation in color on screen, versus the actual material. Please refer to physical samples for true color. To order samples, click here or call 800.4.PALLAS.