Panda-Monium - Stretch Bengaline
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, Viscose & Spandex
Useable Width: 130cm / 51inch
Pattern repeat: 20cm / 7.8inch
Vertical Stretch: 20%
Horizontal Stretch: 10%
Panda-Monium - Stretch Bengaline is a tightly woven polyester blend fabric with a superfine horizontal ribbed detail. This fabric is used widely in high fashion and exudes a quality finish and practicality due to its strength, stability, and versatile handle. This new collection of laser print polyester and Spandex fabrics is super fun with a high-quality finish and comes in a choice of fabulous designs.
Panda-Monium is a white-based fabric printed with a rich teal-turquoise background upon which images of the cutest Kawaii-style roly-poly pandas are featured. The Japanese Kawaii culture literally means cute.
Childlike cartoon characters like our Pandas with baby faces and cute and cuddly bodies feature classic black and white and are accentuated by beige and blush pink for the final flourish. A perfect palette for the cutest design, sure to be loved by all ages. Kawaii and Cosplay fans will love this!
Panda-Monium has the feel of a superfine, but dense, crepe-type fabric. Spandex provides a firm retentive stretch and ease of movement when making fitted garments. It is otherwise stable and has the most stretch across the bias. A medium-heavy drape quality makes it an ideal all-rounder. Whether you are creating softly flared skater-style dresses with fitted bodices to simple circle skirts.
It will drape in garments with length and hold firmer details; collar cuffs, waistbands, front bands, and facings. Similar in handle to a dense double crepe but with a smoother squishy feel.
NB: You may need to sew this fabric with a ballpoint needle due to the stretch.
Create fun clothing from simple hoodies to bomber jackets, shackets, slim-fit ski pants, and cute dungarees. Add a contrasting black Ponte or scuba fabric to create college-style bomber jacket sleeves or use for neck and hip bands to create simple sweatshirts.
Tote bags, hats, caps, pencil cases and backpack.