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DITSY DARCY FLORAL VISCOSE CHALLIS IN CREAM
DITSY DARCY FLORAL VISCOSE CHALLIS IN CREAM
DITSY DARCY FLORAL VISCOSE CHALLIS IN CREAM
DITSY DARCY FLORAL VISCOSE CHALLIS IN CREAM
DITSY DARCY FLORAL VISCOSE CHALLIS IN CREAM
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DITSY DARCY FLORAL VISCOSE CHALLIS IN CREAM

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SPECIFICATIONS:

WIDTH 140cm
WEIGHT (GSM) 107
COMPOSITION 100% Rayon

This gorgeous floral viscose fabric is made from 100% rayon and features a small scale print using a splodge style illustration. It uses a dusty muted pink and coffee brown colourway within the flowers on a cream background. It would look amazing during the autumn months paired with some boots and tights! The print is non-directional therefore, it can be cut either way. This fabric has a silky soft texture and a fluid drape, perfect for dresses, blouses, skirts, pyjamas, lightweight shirts, and summer-weight trousers. It is also a lightweight fabric, weighing 107gsm, making it breathable for lightweight garments. This is a very versatile fabric as it can also be used for lining garments as it is slippy and soft. For pattern recommendations, we suggest the Deer and Doe Melilot shirt, Closet Core Elodie wrap dress, Merchant & Mills Edie top, and the Closet Core Carolyn pyjamas.

The width of this fabric is 140cm.

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.