Aberdeen Avenue is part of a grid of lanes and streets composing Cabbagetown, an area of Toronto named for the Irish immigrants who used to grow cabbage in the front yards of the beautiful Victorian and Edwardian houses that line its streets. Today it’s a richly layered and genuine community tying together an operating farm in the middle of a modern metropolis, and families and people of all types and from all places. The Aberdeen Avenue fabric collection mirrors this tightly woven and complex tapestry with depth that only diversity can bring.
Aberdeen Avenue is a handwoven material, made with thick boucle & chenille yarn
Composed of 43% Viscose, 17% Polyacrylic,15% Wool, 9% Cotton, 8% Linen and 8% Polyester.