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Furniture Today Staff -- Furniture Today, June 7, 2010

HIGH POINT — High-end producer MDS Fabrics  is introducing 10 new hand-embroidered fabrics from India at Showtime here this week.The company said the new designs use traditional Indian hand embroidery techniques such as chican, aari and adda.

MDS is one of over 200 fabric and trim exhibitors at the International Textiles Market Assn.'s semiannual trade show, which began Sunday and runs through Wednesday.

Patterns on the new MDS fabrics range from traditional Jacobean florals to modern, all with the company's flair for color. Base fabrics are naturals such as linen, with 100% cotton thread for embroidery, a combination the company says is suitable for upholstery and drapery.

"Our continued efforts to bring traditional art and craft craps forms into commercial production and distribute globally has been very well received by our customers," said Sunil Eamani, vice president, marketing. "MDS's experience in manufacturing hand-made fabrics, and the ability to meet the demands of a commercial production combined with modern distribution techniques will help bring these beautiful fabrics into the global market."{sharethis}

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