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Redcurrant & White Polka Dot - Viscose Poplin

$4.00
per half metre
Fabric Code: M1c29

Only 3m of this product left in stock

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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Specifications:

Weight: Light

GSM: 127

Composition: 100% Viscose

Width: 152.4cm / 60inch

Pattern repeat: 1.5cm / 0.5inch

Introduction:

This perennially popular polka dot-viscose poplin came to us from a company that specialises in elegant retro/vintage-style clothing. You don't have to be a vintage fashionista to appreciate the joyful colour and design of this soft, breathable fabric- read on for more ideas and inspiration.

Colour:

Redcurrant & White Polka Dot - Viscose Poplin is a super cute polka dot design printed upon a wonderfully cool, fresh natural white, viscose poplin background. The rich redcurrant contrasts perfectly with the fresh white for a true vintage style. 

Properties:

Viscose poplin has the opacity of lawn but has the characteristic feel of viscose, (with a higher weave count than viscose lawn or challis) produces a handle similar to cotton lawn but with beautiful weight and elegant drape. 

Garment Suggestions:

Here are a few helpful pattern suggestions to get you started:

Dresses: Apple Picker Dress
Camomile Kaftan
Darjeeling Frock
Fender Smock
Flounce Dress
Ripple Dress
Blouses & Tops: Batwing Top (Quick Make)
Duo Top (Quick Make)
Kalle Shirt
Marnie Blouse
Indigo Smock
Mabel Blouse/Dress
Simple sun tops with shirred bodices & spaghetti straps
Trousers/Playsuits: Harvester Pants
Esti Co-Ord

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H A Palfrey
I love this material

Its a colour I don't normally choose but I think I will make a vintage dress with this fabric.

About This Fabric:

Quirky with that Vintage Touch

This fabric has been sourced as surplus deadstock from a small UK womenswear brand that specialises in producing vintage styles influenced by classic 20th century clothing pieces. Mainly 1920s to 1980s, featuring a variety of glam styles. With fabrics originally supplied by British manufacturers where possible.

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