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Navy & Gold Stripe - Printed Poplin

per half metre
Fabric Code: F2a59

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.


Weight: Light

GSM: 120

Composition: Cotton & Polyester

Width: 150cm / 59inch

Pattern repeat: 0.8cm / 0.3inch


Fresh, bold and classic who doesn't love a stripe? These crisp cotton poplins, printed with snazzy stripes are waiting to enliven your fabric stash. Read on to discover more about this fab fabric. Ideas and inspiration and more. 


A crisp white background sports 2mm stripes of deep and classic navy sitting alongside antique gold. The fresh contrast with the white produces a classic striped palette.


Crisp, stable sturdy. This poplin will form crisp details; pleats, pin ticks,  and neat collars and cuffs. Used at length it will form full gathers with excellent body- perfect for cute ruffled and frilled styles.

Garment Suggestions:

Navy & Gold Stripe - Printed Poplin will make fabulous shirts and blouses, the ones you never want to take off also imagine traditional pyjamas and nightdresses with white piped collars and monogrammed pockets. Create the sweetest traditional baby rompers and pretty dresses, and add some smocking, applique or ricrac trim for extra cuteness.

Fashion yourself stylish summer dresses; shirt dress style, fit & flare or simple tea dress styles with pretty gathered skirts. Simple T-shirt style tops, smock style tops like the Sagebrush Top by Friday Pattern Co or the Peasant Top Tie Shirt Pattern by Sew Different). Team with coordinating fabrics for The Sew Different Layer Up Collection. The Megan Nielsen Patterns' Protea Capsule Wardrobe is also a fabulous choice.

This versatile fabric is an ideal addition to your crafting stash for patchwork, applique and so much more.

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