Can I request a swatch?
Yes, we do have a swatch service. For a small fee, you can request any of the ClothClassics, but not the End Rolls.
Email Julie directly to ask for a swatch. Be sure let her know what ClothClassic design and colourway you are interested in. Easy.
How can I find out more about Julie's creative process and her other projects?
Can I buy less than a metre of fabric?
On this website, we sell our fabric in one metre increments, so one metre or two metres etc. If you want something in between, contact Julie directly.
You might even prefer to use some ScrapCloth - bundles of offcuts, personally curated by Julie, who loves to make something beautiful from what most people see as waste. She sells these currently on her Julie Paterson website, but soon you'll be able to purchase them here, as well.
Is it possible to get yardage of a ClothFabric design that's not one of the current ClothClassics?
Yes, we can do special orders and special colours by arrangement. Contact Julie directly to enquire about anything you are after.
Is there somewhere I can see ClothFabric before I buy?
Yes, we've got two showrooms.
ClothFabric at Ascraft – Sydney
5-11 Boundary Street
Rushcutters Bay NSW 2011
T 02 9360 2311
ClothFabric at Ascraft – Melbourne
473 High Street
Prahran VIC 3181
T 03 9510 7734
All ClothFabrics can be washed, dry cleaned and treated with a stain repellant treatment. The printed area will wear in with use. That is as it should be with a natural linen product.
Can I make clothing out of ClothFabric?
Julie has been making clothes from her fabrics since day one. The heavyweight linen is just the thing for sailor pants or a cooler season skirt.
Julie's written a book, hasn't she?
Yes, she has.
ClothBound tracks the development of Julie Paterson's practice and process, all the way from her first sketches books through to resolved designs and collections.
In this book Julie shares the stories of her designs, champions the imperfect and offers up a modest philosophy of sorts.
Right now, you can buy ClothBound on the Julie Paterson website, but soon you'll also be able to get it right here.