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dogtooth viscose jersey in royal blue
DOGTOOTH VISCOSE JERSEY IN ROYAL BLUE
DOGTOOTH VISCOSE JERSEY IN ROYAL BLUE
DOGTOOTH VISCOSE JERSEY IN ROYAL BLUE
DOGTOOTH VISCOSE JERSEY IN ROYAL BLUE
DOGTOOTH VISCOSE JERSEY IN ROYAL BLUE
DOGTOOTH VISCOSE JERSEY IN ROYAL BLUE
DOGTOOTH VISCOSE JERSEY IN ROYAL BLUE
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DOGTOOTH VISCOSE JERSEY IN ROYAL BLUE

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This viscose jersey fabric features a dogtooth print incorporating a lovely bold royal blue, black and white. This soft fabric has a lot of bounce to it and great recovery. Along with this it has a lovely soft drape, perfect for jersey garments with gathers or a draping silhouette. We think this fabric is ideal for tops, dresses, skirts, leggings, pants and pyjamas. We recommend using this fabric for the Closet Core Patterns Ebony, Tilly and The Buttons Agnes or the Nina Lee Southbank. The dogtooth pattern is easy to style and can be worn with plain solid colours or other checks/ scales of houndstooth prints too! You could even pair with a black and white stripe! 

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.