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BOTTLE GREEN COTTON VELVET CHRISTMAS DRESSMAKING CRAFT FABRIC
BOTTLE COTTON VELVET
BOTTLE COTTON VELVET
BOTTLE COTTON VELVET
BOTTLE COTTON VELVET
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BOTTLE COTTON VELVET

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SPECIFICATIONS:

WIDTH 112cm
WEIGHT 225gsm
COMPOSITION 100% Cotton

This luxe cotton velvet is made from 100% cotton and comes in a classic bottle green colour that is perfect all the cooler months including the festive period. This velvet has a lovely soft fluffy texture and short pile (typical to a velvet) on the right side of the fabric and has a woven wrong side. It isn't like your usual lustrous velvet that is super shiny, it has a more subtle sheen that is chic and not overpowering. The nap of the fabric runs along the length of the fabric therefore, take care when cutting out your pieces ensuring they are all in the right direction. It is a medium weight fabric, at 225gsm, meaning it has a good structural weight that would be good for structural dresses, blazers, trousers, tops, skirts, pinafores, and dungarees. Not only is it great for garments, its ideal for accessories such as bags and other craft projects. For pattern recommendations, we suggest the Nina Lee Richmond blazer, Closet Core Pietra pants, and the Deer and Doe Coquelicot dress. Supplier advises dry clean only.

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. 

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