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OCHRE HEARTS VISCOSE CHALLIS FABRIC
OCHRE HEARTS VISCOSE CHALLIS
OCHRE HEARTS VISCOSE CHALLIS
OCHRE HEARTS VISCOSE CHALLIS
OCHRE HEARTS VISCOSE CHALLIS
OCHRE HEARTS VISCOSE CHALLIS
OCHRE HEARTS VISCOSE CHALLIS
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OCHRE HEARTS VISCOSE CHALLIS

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This deadstock viscose fabric features a stunning ochre background and has a small, white heart print. The little hearts in this design give the fabric quite a casual look as the are non- directional and quite random. This busier print is great for simple & elegant silhouettes but would also suit a classic style too, perhaps the Nina Lee Kew. Our other pattern recommendations for this fabric include the Tilly and The Buttons Indigo, Deer and Doe Melilot and the Closet Core Patterns Kalle. This is a light and breezy fabric that is perfect for warmer weather, the 100% Viscose content makes this fabric breathable, helping to keep you cool! Just as easily, you could layer up with a sweatshirt in the winter. Ochre is a really easy colour to wear, easy to pair with more tonal colours such a grey, black & white or brighter tones such as pillar box red or emerald green. 

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. 

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