Pamir Burn-Out is another popular No.9 quality, and makes a stunning sheer.
Bamboozle, so named because it looks like it has been confidently painted with traditional Chinese ink and brush, and because the giant disjointed stripes of bold color are reminiscent of bamboo.
Horizon has a linen-rich warp which gives a softly textured background to the twisted horizontal stripes of chenille in the weft.
Bombay Mix is the English name for a delicious Indian snack “chevdo”, and our new paisley fabric is a jamboree of charming Indian motifs.
Chana, the Indian for chickpea, seemed such an appropriate name for this small-scale and versatile design.
Hera is inspired by the distinctive markings of the peacock – the Greek goddess Hera’s favourite. Drawn with a feathery, simplified ikat effect and printed on No.9’s signature linen.
Patchouli is full of eastern promise – a painterly vase full of heavenly scented blooms on a softly painted paisley background.