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LADY MCELROY COPPER CONCEPTS VISCOSE SOFT CREPE FABRIC
COPPER CONCEPTS VISCOSE CREPE
COPPER CONCEPTS VISCOSE CREPE
COPPER CONCEPTS VISCOSE CREPE
COPPER CONCEPTS VISCOSE CREPE
COPPER CONCEPTS VISCOSE CREPE
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COPPER CONCEPTS VISCOSE CREPE

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This soft viscose crepe by Lady McElroy features a navy blue background with a white and copper abstract spot print. This fabric has a soft handle and fantastic drape making it a great dressmaking fabric. The colours of this fabric are so versatile, great for toned down summer clothing as well as your autumn wardrobe staples! Whilst still simple, the print on the fabric retains a little character without going overboard on colour and design. This is a light/ medium weight viscose that is opaque and will gather beautifully and should be fairly easy to work with (not too slippy). We think that copper concepts would be stunning in the Tilly and The Buttons Indigo! Copper concepts is a super versatile fabric and would be great for dresses, blouses, skirts and possibly even a wide leg trouser, anything that you want to have a good drape and swoosh! This fabric can be machine washed at 30 degrees.

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. 

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