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GRAND FINALE VISCOSE CHALLIS LAWN  FABRIC LADY MCELROY
GRAND FINALE VISCOSE CHALLIS LAWN
GRAND FINALE VISCOSE CHALLIS LAWN
GRAND FINALE VISCOSE CHALLIS LAWN
GRAND FINALE VISCOSE CHALLIS LAWN
GRAND FINALE VISCOSE CHALLIS LAWN
GRAND FINALE VISCOSE CHALLIS LAWN
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GRAND FINALE VISCOSE CHALLIS LAWN

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This vibrant and exciting fabric by Lady McElroy is aptly named for its resemblance of a firework show finale. The fabric features a black background with a pink, red and purple pattern of kind of smudge marks designed into a circle pattern. This viscose is quite lightweight at 85gsm and super drapey but due to the dark background, its pretty opaque. For this reason it is perfect for dresses and blouses that you do not wish to line, especially the Tilly and The Buttons Indigo dress! It is also great for swooshy pallazo pants, shorts, skirts and you could even use it for a really premium lining for a coat or jacket. This fabric has a lovely soft handle so will feel lovely on your skin and the viscose fibres are breathable to will help to keep you cool in hot weather. This really is such a beautiful and unique fabric, the colours are also going to be pretty wearable in both summer and winter. 

The width of this fabric is 140cm.

As always we endeavour to capture the true colour of the fabric however varying screens and monitors can affect how the colour is perceived.