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Boho Bandana - Cotton Poplin (126cm panel)

Fabric Code: M2a6

Only 37 units of this product left

This product is sold in panels only. 1 unit = 1 panel.

Please see product specification for panel size. All cut length orders are sent as one continuous length.


Weight: Light

GSM: 79

Width: 142cm / 56inch

Composition: 100% Cotton

Panel repeat: 63cm / 25inch panels

The tiled squares (bandanas) are 60cm x 60cm. Per panel (£8 each) you will receive 1 Panel = 126cm = 4 full width panels. All orders for this fabric will be sent in one continuous length. Tiles are not pre-cut.


This printed poplin has a truly vintage and boho style. Soft cotton poplin is so versatile and this printed bandana-style fabric is perfect for a multitude of arty creations.


Rich cocoa brown sits alongside café latte-beige and the deepest royal purple in this striking tiled fabric. The darkest bitter choc brown adds detail and interest in the form of Greek key and intertwining vine leaves to this cool cotton wonder.


This cool, light and breathable fabric has a soft malleable hand. The fine cotton yarns are woven in a close and classic poplin weave. Boho Bandana is stable and easy to sew.

Garment Suggestions:

Boho Bandana is perfect for fashioning retro '70s style summer dresses, the Sew Different Fleetwood Frock overshirts, blouses, and pretty skirts and dresses with gathered/ shirred details. Megan Nielsen Patterns' Protea Capsule Wardrobe has a selection of versatile options for skirts and dresses plus tunic-style tops. Use the individual bandanas cleverly to create a feature using alongside solid/plain fabrics in beige/purple or chocolate brown.

Alternatively, use the four bandanas individually, hem the edges and you will have four individual retro headscarves to do with as you choose!

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