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Featured Group: Trending Transitional

A glimpse at trends in color and taste, this group shines as a fresh yet grounded update to traditional styles. The color palette of slate blues and glacial grays is…

Performance When You Need It

Hopefully by now you’ve heard that any item in the Regal Fabrics portfolio can be made a performance fabric through the application of Performance by Regal Fabrics.  Depending on your…

Featured Group: Marbleized Magic

Soft, luxurious and unique, this group represents some of Regal’s boldest introductions yet – Including faux fur, marbleized cut velvet and a dazzling original marble printed on a plush base cloth!…

Website Tips: Using Favorites Functionality

When we debuted our new website in early 2020, it was important to us that we add functionality to make it easier for our guests to search through the thousands…

New Building Means Business!

Regal Fabrics is proud to announce that we have officially moved and have begun operating out of our brand-new headquarters building in Middleton. Since 1996, we’ve worked out of a…

Kansha and Karoku

Kansha is the Japanese word for gratitude.  It is exemplified in the Japanese legend of a boy named Karoku: Once upon a time there lived a young man named Karoku,…

Introducing the New RegalFabrics.com

Introducing the New RegalFabrics.com We are very excited to introduce the new and improved RegalFabrics.com.  The overhaul of our website introduces the first major update to RegalFabrics.com since December of…

Pantone Color of the Year 2020

Has a child ever asked you “Why is the sky blue?” – Well, this year the answer will be simply that ‘Mother Earth wants to stay on-trend’. Pantone has recently…

Surface Patterning with Natalie Stopka

Regal’s Fall 2019 introduction, R-Juneau, features a custom marble design by Natalie Stopka.  Natalie is a textile designer with a focus on surface patterning.  Her work has been featured in…

Bringing it all together

Our customers are always coming to us asking for that one last item that will complete a collection.  We’ve heard them called bridge patterns, connectors, joiners or even go-withs.  No…

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