E Bond Ravel Tangle Saltwater Fabric

black scribbles in a plaid print


Preorder Info: This fabric is scheduled to arrive in November 2023. Fabric will be sent within 2 days of arrival at the shop. Fabric release dates are often changed and may be delayed. Please order separately from in-stock fabrics and other Preorder collections.

About this Fabric: "Working on RAVEL was an amazing opportunity to continue my visual exploration into shapes. For this collection, I focused on the modern Roman alphabet (aka the 26 letterforms from A—Z) as the primary shapes. RAVEL became a collection of prints about these shapes coming together and falling apart. While creating, my main questions circled around a.) How can I break letters apart into new, interesting forms, and b.) Is it possible to obscure these already imbued symbols so much that they ‘lose’ their meaning? The letterforms in RAVEL run the gamut from being clear and legible to fractured, and finally to some forms completely disintegrating into their environments. According to Merriam-Webster, a contronym is a word having two meanings that contradict one another, so finding the word ‘ravel’ was perfect for bringing all these ideas together in a collection form. Ravel means both to tangle and to untangle, which is a wonderful way to think about these visual shapes in space." ~ e bond

100%  Cotton
Half Yards are 18" x 44"
Multiple Quantities will be cut continuously.

Who It's For: This fabric is perfect for any quilt, craft, or sewing project whether you are a beginner or expert. If you love abstract prints and bright-colored quilting fabrics then you will love E Bond's designs. Be sure to shop our Custom Bundles of fabric for larger quilting projects. If you love E Bond you may also love Sharon Virtue.

Refund Policy: All sales are final. We do not accept returns unless we have shipped the wrong fabric or a notion is broken in some way. If we have shipped the wrong fabric or cut, please contact right away and we will make it right. If it was damaged in shipping, please contact your local post office to file for resolution.