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GOLDEN ANAAS PRINTED LINEN
LINEN GOLDEN ANAAS LADY MCELROY TROPICAL PRINT
GOLDEN ANAAS PRINTED LINEN
GOLDEN ANAAS PRINTED LINEN
GOLDEN ANAAS PRINTED LINEN
GOLDEN ANAAS PRINTED LINEN
GOLDEN ANAAS PRINTED LINEN
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GOLDEN ANAAS PRINTED LINEN

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This printed linen has viscose blended in providing a soft handle, 55% Linen 45% Viscose. The print features a natural background with a tropical leafy green print with yellow and light pink pineapples. This linen has a lovely slub texture, typical of linen fabrics and the viscose mixed in gives it a lovely drape, softer than you would usually find in linen. This is a medium scale print that is fairly bold and is non- directional. This fabric would be great for some swishy palazzo pants or a lovely tea dress. Additional it would be suitable for all daywear including shirts, blouses, trousers, skirts, dresses and jackets and is quite unisex. We think this fabric would be perfect for the Nina Lee Kew Dress, Wardrobe By Me Tropical Mens Shirt or the Friday Pattern Company Hughes Dress. Linen and viscose are both great fibres for summer clothing as they are breathable and keep you cool in warm climates. This fabric can be machine washed at 30 degrees.

The width of this fabric is 145cm.

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 however different screens can have an effect on how the colour is seen.