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DANCING DINOS JERSEY
DANCING DINOS JERSEY
DANCING DINOS JERSEY
DANCING DINOS JERSEY
DANCING DINOS JERSEY
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DANCING DINOS JERSEY

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This polycotton blend jersey is comprised of 60% cotton, 35% polyester, and 5% Spandex. It features a whimsy dinosaur pattern in a denim blue, orange, white, and yellow colourway on a charcoal merle background. The design is screen printed onto one side of the fabric and we think this pattern can be worn by all ages and genders! It is a directional print running across the width of the fabric. Also, it has a 70% stretch across the width of the fabric, and a 30% stretch across the length. This is a medium weight fabric, weighing 200gsm, similar to a t-shirt weight. It has a smooth texture and will be soft on the skin. Despite having 35% polyester, this jersey feels just as soft as your usual cotton jersey. It has a gentle drape and isn't too bouncy. This fabric would be ideal for t-shirts, tops, dresses, baby grows, and leggings. We recommend using the Tilly and the Buttons Nora t-shirt, Made My Wardrobe Zahra top, Tilly and the Buttons Coco dress and top, and the Deer and Doe Givre dress and top.

Pair with our ochre cotton ribbing for a contrasting neckband and sleeve cuff that still works harmoniously with the colour palette.

The width of this fabric is 145cm.

Our fabrics are sold by the half metre. If you wish to purchase 1m please add 2 in the quantity selector, 3 for 1.5m and so on. 

As always we endeavour to capture the true colour of the fabric however varying screens and monitors can affect how the colour is perceived.