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Our Most Popular Posts from 2015

Posted by Shawn Voss on Jan 6, 2016 1:11:05 PM



2015 marked the 150th anniversary of our mill in Guilford, Maine where we still weave our fabric today and it was our first year with a blog. It's always nice to take a look back at the year that was, so here are some of our most popular posts from 2015. On our blog we strive to provide you useful content from the world of textiles in order to make your job easier and we will continue to pursue that goal in 2016!



1. How to Choose the Best Fabric for Acoustic Panels




There are many options for covering acoustic panels, but whether you are looking to cover some panels for your basement theater or fill an auditorium, there are a few things to keep in mind when choosing which material to cover the acoustic panels with.

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2. Meet Our New Patterns




Everybody loves new products, and we are no exception. This past year we launched 3 groups of patterns in the Spring (pre-blog), Summer and Fall. And there are more coming in 2016!



3. A Quick Trick to Specify an Acoustic Fabric without NRC Data




What do you when you want to use a fabric for acoustic panels, but don't have the data to know whether it will result in peaceful bliss or a cacophony of noise? Sometimes an old fashioned trick is just what you need in a pinch.

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4. Why You Should Never Specify Textiles from an Image on a Screen




However tempting it may be, whether you're in a time crunch to get a project completed, or you think it will be close enough, don't specify a textile based on an image on a screen, or a printed image. Read on to find out why.

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5. Why a Higher Double Rub Abrasion Number Isn't the Answer




You would think that the more double rubs that an upholstery fabric has, the better. Right? Well, that's not actually the case, and there is evidence to prove it...

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Topics: Upholstery Fabric, Acoustic Fabric, Acoustics, Panel Fabric