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CLUELESS CHECK SUITING FABRIC YELLOW BLUE
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This suiting fabric by Pigeon Wishes features a classic and statement woven check and incorporates yellow, blue and white yarns. This fabric is a blend of cotton and linen with 80% Cotton 18% Linen and 2% Elastane. This amount of elastane gives a good amount of width- way stretch making this fabric comfortable and breathable to wear. Whilst great for tailored garments such as skirts and trousers, this fabric would also we fab for dresses and blazers too. We think this fabric would be great for the Deer and Doe Narcisse, Tilly and The Buttons Ness Skirt or the Nina Lee Camden. This is a medium weight fabric at 273gsm and does have a little bit of drape. The matt surface of this fabric makes it quite easy to work with but you will need to manage the stretch too. Although this fabric will press with a gorgeous crisp finish, it still has a soft handle making it feel all that more luxurious. This is a deadstock fabric so a great sustainable choice. 

This fabric has a width of 130cm. 

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.