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Style your home like Ellen DeGeneres’ with ED fabrics at Jo-Ann Fabric


Love Ellen DeGeneres? Now her fabrics from home decor line, ED, are available at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores. The line offers 30 fabrics ideal for window treatments, upholstery and bedding. We especially love the Parchment Happy Animals with dogs, cats and chickens and worlds like “happiness,” “smile,” “joy” and “love” written across it and the Charcoal Love Script with the words “happiness,” “love,” “kindness”and “smile” written in script. Of course, there’s also geometric prints, florals and fabrics without prints.

“Ellen DeGeneres is a beloved household name who also has a passion for interior design, thus making for a great partnership,” said Sharyn Hejcl, executive vice president, chief merchandising officer, Jo-Ann Stores, in a press release. “The ED fabric collection is fresh and inviting; we’re confident this line will resonate with our customers and we’re eager to see how they revitalize their living spaces with this high-quality assortment.”

“I am so excited to be partnering with Jo-Ann Stores on my new line of fabrics,” said DeGeneres in a press release. “Jo-Ann represents everything I love about my line – quality, creativity, uniqueness, fun. Plus, let’s be honest. Have you ever met a Jo-Ann you didn’t like?”

The line sells for $19.99-$59.99 a yard in Jo-Ann stores as well as online at joann.com. We also found some on sale for $11.99 online.



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