After looking in all my local stores with no luck. I went to my computer and sent away for several small pieces of wools with teal in them. And, well ... all of these were super boring.
I then took a trip to the GIANT JOANN'S near me. I don't go there often, because I have two regular sized Joann's that are much closer. (Yes, I am VERY lucky)
Armed with a swatch of my blue wool I walked the aisles a couple times in the fashion fabric area, but then headed on over to their home dec section. They are one of the few stores left with actual rolls of nice decorator fabrics to see and touch, and there was the beautiful paisley tapestry. I think I walked past it about seven times before I decided I could deal with such a bright coat. It really wasn't what I had in mind, but the colors looked so perfect with my blue wool.
Click on this to learn how .... How to pre-shrink wool in your dryer
But, also, I recommend serging or zigzagging the raw edges first, so your fabric doesn't fray to pieces.