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Indigo Ink - Stretch Sateen Designer Shirting

per half metre
Fabric Code: F4b23

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.

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Weight: Light

GSM: 134

Composition: 98% Cotton  2% Elastane

Width: 156cm / 61.4inch

Pattern repeat: N/A


Why have satin when you can have the finest cool Turkish cotton sateen? This shirt-weight lustrous cotton fabric will elevate your shirt, and blouse making, taking it from shipshape to the finest aesthetic.


Indigo Ink is a finely woven cotton sateen that features a mysterious deep indigo-blue tone. A fabulously versatile navy hue, that will make key pieces and statement pieces you will adore.


Indigo Ink has the most wonderful soft hand and stunning subtle sheen which is displayed when presented to the light and arranged into soft folds and gathers. A stable hand and just enough width wise stretch make it perfect for slim-fit shirts!

Garment Suggestions:

Make the most sophisticated tailored fitted men's and ladies shirts and blouses, traditional smocked and embroidered dresses with boho Frida Kahlo style. Or simply classic shirt dresses with military-style pockets and epaulettes. Perfect for lightweight summer dresses and skirts; pleats, gathers and tucks will all fall beautifully in Indigo Ink.

The Megan Nielsen Patterns' Protea Capsule Wardrobe would make perfect examples of pretty full-gathered styles for easy, stunning outfits and so versatile!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Jane Wheeler
for coat lining

won't be sewing this until after christmas - as coat lining - will let you know how it goes!!

Esme Murphy
Superb quality

Omg just the stretch and the sheen of this fabric is beautiful, I cannot wait to use it, beautiful deep dark blue, so elegant 😍 I bet it wears like a dream

Heart of Huddersfield 2023

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