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MILDREDS PRESSED FLOWERS COTTON JERSEY ART GALLERY FABRICS
MILDREDS PRESSED FLOWERS COTTON JERSEY
MILDREDS PRESSED FLOWERS COTTON JERSEY
MILDREDS PRESSED FLOWERS COTTON JERSEY
MILDREDS PRESSED FLOWERS COTTON JERSEY
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MILDREDS PRESSED FLOWERS COTTON JERSEY

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This deliciously soft cotton jersey by Art Gallery fabrics was designed by Bonnie Christine for the 'Her & History' collection. This Oeko-Tex certified fabric features a pretty floral print incorporating on- trend colours such as sage, blush, white, teal and tangerine. This floral design is printed onto high quality cotton giving this fabric a stunning handle that is comfortable to wear. With great stretch and recovery, this knitted fabric is ideal for an array  of knit garments such as t-shirts, tops, dresses, skirts, pyjamas and underwear. We suggest using this fabric for the Tilly and The Buttons Agnes or Lotta, Closet Core Ebony or the Nina Lee Mayfair. This modern and feminine print is perfect for all seasons, imagine a lovely breezy dress for summer or a pretty polo neck top in the colder months! This fabric has a composition of 95% Cotton 5% Elastane and has a weight of 175gsm giving it a lovely quality. 

This fabric has a width of 150cm. 

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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