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DASHWOOD STUDIOS FLOURISH COTTON LAWN IN NAVY
DASHWOOD STUDIOS FLOURISH COTTON LAWN IN NAVY
DASHWOOD STUDIOS FLOURISH COTTON LAWN IN NAVY
DASHWOOD STUDIOS FLOURISH COTTON LAWN IN NAVY
DASHWOOD STUDIOS FLOURISH COTTON LAWN IN NAVY
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DASHWOOD STUDIOS FLOURISH COTTON LAWN IN NAVY

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We have 18 in stock.

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This striking cotton lawn by Dashwood Studios is comprised of 100% Giza cotton and is part of their Flourish collection. It features a medium scale, painted style illustration in a sea green, orange, mauve, and white colourway on a navy blue background. We think this print could be worn by all genders and ages, and it would look amazing in a mens shirt! It is a lightweight fabric and is opaque therefore, we don't think it would need lining. It has a smooth texture and soft handle while having a gentle drape. Also, it has the ability to hold some structure and would look great in gathered details like shirring and smocking. This cotton lawn could be used for dresses, skirts, shirts, blouses, pyjamas, and loose pants and shorts. We recommend using the Wardrobe by Me Mens Tropical Shirt, Tilly and the Buttons Lyra dress, Homer & Howells Ingrid dress and blouse, and the Friday Pattern Company Sage Brush top. This fabric is OEKO-TEX certified!

This fabric has a width of 147cm.

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.