Toile fabric is a reflection of nature.In the mid 18th century Toile was very very popular in Ireland and France. It’s normally found in unableached cotton fabric along with linen cloth or canvas. Toiles fabric refers to “muslins” in the US, named for inexpensive fabrics that were available in different weights. The three most color combinations are black and khaki, blue and white, blue and red. Toile fabric has a lot of pastoral themes. For example, dogs cows,and people. You can find toile patterns on teapots,bedding,clothing and drapery; the upper class primary in Northern Europe and America are where you would see this fabric.