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Regal Purple - Stretch Cotton Poplin

per half metre
Fabric Code: F2c55 (E3b45)

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: 138

Composition: Cotton & Elastane

Width: 152.4cm / 60inch

Pattern repeat: N/A 


Regal Purple - Stretch Cotton Poplin Attention purple appreciators! This rich regal purple is fit for royalty. Fine Italian craftsmanship, quality superfine yarns and a helpful stretch to boot!


Regal Purple as the name suggests is a classic royal purple hue this ravishing jewel tone is just perfect alongside teal and green hues.


Regal Purple Is a cool and crisp, finely woven, high thread-count Italian poplin fabric, with a super comfy feel, this excellent cotton with elastane shirting fabric has a useful stretch to the width.

Making it perfect for slim-fit shirts and fitted blouses, a perennial favourite of most wardrobes. A crisp but soft, stable and smooth hand allows for full gathers with plenty of body- ideal for all those bohemian retro '70s and '80s styles around. 

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Regal Purple With all these enviable qualities, its uses are vast! Create pretty summer dress styles with gathered and pleated skirts, prairie and Bardot style tops, blouses, simple  T-shirt tops, full-legged shorts, playsuits, culottes and pyjamas.

Add colourful contrast topstitching and buttons to jazz up your usual corporate shirts or mix and match with florals, stripes and checks which have the same purple tone, perfect for all the family from the sweetest baby rompers and dresses to dad's favourite shirt!

Useful for layering and matching with pretty Broderie Anglaise fabric or for simply creating pretty under slips, camisoles, and nightdresses ~ perhaps with pin-tucks and gathers.

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