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Year 2016

April 7, 2016

Rockland products will be making their debut in the All American House, located in Baltimore, MD, beginning April 23rd.  You can find out more about it at  This is an incredibly exciting project.  The Carroll Mansion is the featured All American House this year and is ranked among America’s most important historic properties.  It belonged to Charles Carroll, who was the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence.  Rockland’s fabrics will be used as wallcoverings, drapery, and roller shades. 

In addition, MADE: In America has awarded Rockland with the 2016 Best MADE: In America award.  This award recognizes Rockland as producing “the finest product in its category” and as an outstanding American manufacturer.  The house will be open to the public from April 23, 2016 to July 7, 2016.    


March 31, 2016

There are a lot of exciting things coming up in the next couple months for Rockland Industries, Inc.  Here is some information about what’s to come.

First, Rockland Industries, Inc. appeared on the show Designing Spaces on Lifetime TV on March 25th and will appear again on April 1st at 7 AM EST.  Be sure to check it out! 

The segment promotes Rockland’s blackout fabrics for residential use, in conjunction with the benefits of 100% Blackout in terms of both fashion and function.  One major theme of the segment is the health benefits of having 100% Blackout fabrics on the windows, leading to a more restful, rejuvenating night sleep for all.  The episode will be in syndication across the USA so make sure to tune in.  It will be aired 150 times at various times of the day. 

The Designing Spaces segment aligns with the roll out of Denimtone™ at JoAnn Fabrics at the end of April 2016.  Six colors will be available in the stores and eight colors will be available online at


Year 2003

"Made for the Shade and More", Sewing Savvy, September 2003

Roc-lon® Roc-rol™ is a multi-purpose, 100 percent blackout cloth available in 17 face colors with a white cloth backing. It is part of the Rockland Industries Inc., TLC line, which is short for total light control. When turned into a window shade or drawn drape, it eliminates light, helps insulate against heat and cold, provides privacy and reduces noise in your environment. Some other ideas for use include using it as a floor cloth, for murals, banners, wall hangings, place mats, cloth toys and designer cloth bags. It can take the heat, so iron-on transfers, paints that require heat setting and fusible adhesives are not a problem. It also accepts fabric glues and tapes and is soft enough to hole punch and does not fray according to the manufacturer which enables you to cur designs in any shape. When painting on the cloth, it does not require any surface preparation, thus saving a great deal of cost and prep time. Because there is no show-through, you can design on both sides of a project, making it reversible. Machine Applique and embroidery also work nicely. It is suggested that a clear polyacrylic sealer protective coating be applied when Roc-rol™ is used for floor cloths. This 70 percent polyester/30 percent cotton fabric is available in 36, 48, 54, 72, and 84-inch widths. The 54-inch width retails for about $9.99 per yard and can be purchased from Dawn Company (Ed Findley) at (800) 655-3296 and Jo-Vin (Vinny Pappalardo) (800) 441-9350. For more information, comsumers can call the Roc-lon TLC division at (800) 876-2566, ext. 1323 or 1275.

Year 2002

"Blackout Drapery Liner", Family Motor Coaching, August 2002

Roc-lon® TLC™ (Total Light Control) blackout fabric drapery liner is said to attach to the back of an existing drapery. A hidden magnetic center closure snaps the liner shut and prevents outside light from filtering through. According to product literature, this creates a perfect sleeping environment and also makes great privacy curtains for the separation of sleeping and living areas in a motorhome. In addition, the blackout curtains insulate against heat and cold for comfort and energy conservation.
The drapery liners are available in white or ecru polyester/cotton fabric and can be used alone or attached to the back of existing window treatments. The blackout liners have loops for instant attachment over drapery hooks and can be used with any window treatment, including pinch pleat, tab-top, and pole-top draperies.
For more information, contact:
Roc-lon TLC Division
P.O. Box 17293
Baltimore, MD 21297
(888) 880-7533

"Light Control", Escapees, July/August 2002

Combining its blackout drapery lining fabric with a patented, innovative magnetic closure, Roc-lon® TLC™ (Total Light Control) offers an energy-efficient insulating barrier, total privacy, noise reduction, as well as the darkness necessary for a good night's sleep.
"So many people are looking for natural, healthful solutions to getting better sleep. In addition, the insulating properties against heat and cold give it added appeal. In fact, the TLC™ system helps pay for itself in energy savings,"says Darlene Sanders, product manager of the Roc-lon® TLC™ division.
Available in white or ecru poly/cotton fabric, the TLC™ blackout drapery liner is a ready-made product that is sold at select retail locations. Custom fabric is sold in some fabric stores starting at $5.99 per yard.
For more information, call 888-880-SLEEP, or e-mail










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