Aztec Sunset Sky - Printed Jersey
Only 20m of this product left in stock
Price is per HALF metre. 1 unit = 0.5metres. For 1.5metres, add 3 units.
All cut length orders are sent as one continuous length.
Composition: Polyester & Elastane
Width: 160cm / 63inch
Pattern repeat: 47cm / 18.5inch
Aztec Sunset Sky - Printed Jersey Mellow sunshine and dreamy blue like a warm ocean abound in this fun printed jersey. Get the holiday vibes even if you're on a staycation!
Aztec Sunset Sky Gaze upon the ocean of a dreamy island paradise as the sun sets upon a perfect day and you will see the background colours in this striking fabric. A palette of ombré style-palest peach through to cantaloupe melon and similar ombré blue tones are accentuated by a feature overprint of striking black with a very Aztec style.
Aztec Sunset Sky boasts a soft and malleable hand with a delicious drape perfect for creating shirred mini to maxi dresses and other softly gathered styles. An excellent bounce-back-retentive stretch across the width (50%), provides opportunities to create close-fitting garments the length has a natural ease.
Aztec Sunset Sky This striking fabric will make you want to pack up your rucksack and take yourself off to a festival! Perfect for festival T-shirts, vests, leggings, T-shirt dresses, loungewear, beach cover-ups, caftans, maxi dresses, palazzo pants, shorts and harem pants. Add some Aztec vibes to your wardrobe!
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I fell for the pattern and the low price! Normally I'd go for cotton jersey, but this polyester fabric is comfortable so long as the weather isn't too warm. The scale of the design worked well for my Monsal lounge pants. I haven't noticed any colour loss. Good fabric for someone who has made a few stretch garments before, as it requires extra care when cutting and sewing.
I made the Core t-shirt with this fabric, it’s great, just thick enough to hold its shape as this is a loose fitting T-shirt. However when I gave it a gentle steam on the seams the colours from the pattern were left on the ironing board. Don’t know if this means the colours aren’t stable, will wash it with salt in the water to hopefully set the colours.
This fabric drapes well but is not suitable for a beginner. It’s is very thin and extremely stretchy- perfect for what I wanted but has a bit of a life of It’s own when trying to lay out for cutting. It was really important to avoid stretching curves such as the neck when assembling.