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VINTAGE ROMA BORDER FLORAL CUPRO COTTON FABRIC
VINTAGE ROMA BORDER FLORAL
VINTAGE ROMA BORDER FLORAL
VINTAGE ROMA BORDER FLORAL
VINTAGE ROMA BORDER FLORAL
VINTAGE ROMA BORDER FLORAL
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VINTAGE ROMA BORDER FLORAL

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This beautifully soft deadstock fabric by Pigeon Wishes features a delicate neutral colour palette with a ditsy floral design and a decorative border on the selvedges. This fabric has a composition of 45% cupro and 55% Cotton, giving it a beautiful, fluid drape and fantastic breathability. The colour combination includes an ever so subtle pinky cream background, with pastel blue, yellow and a darker dusty pink detail. This really does give a great impression of a vintage fabric and will be perfect for creating vintage styles of clothing. We think this fabric would be wonderful for dresses, blouses, skirts, pyjamas, beachwear and all other soft, swooshy garments. We think this would look particularly lovely as the Closet Core Patterns Carolyn Pajamas or the Nina Lee Park Lane. This fabric is opaque however you may see dark underwear through due to the light nature of the fabric. This fabric can be washed at 30 degrees, tumble dried on a cool setting and ironed on a low heat. 

This fabric has a width of 137cm. 

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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