- Abrasion resistance is the surface wear of a fabric caused by rubbing and contact with another fabric.
- 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.
- Facts Compliant
- 61% Rayon, 39% Polyester
- 25 3/8" V, 14 3/8" H
- 14.14 oz./Linear yard
- S View Upholstery Maintenance and Cleaning Information PDF
- Standard (3yr)
- California TB 117-2013, NFPA 260-Class I
- 80,000 Double Rubs* (Wyzenbeek)
CURVE — Part of Back to Basics Collection
Curve gives the illusion of undulating waves moving and breaking across the surface of the fabric. Its subtle layers of texture, color and scale result in a pattern that moves the eye along a gentle rhythm of curves and swells that mimic ripples from a pebble tossed in the water.
*Note: Abrasion test results exceeding ACT Performance Guidelines are not an indicator of product lifespan. Multiple factors affect fabric durability and appearance retention. Learn more.
Note: There may be slight variations in color on screen versus actual material. For true color, please order a memo sample from this web site or call 1.800.472.5527.