Genuinely, for a minute, I couldn't place who Princess Kate was. I was trying to figure out if she was the mermaid one or the one who ran a restaurant, or was she one of the classic ones who just like, slept the whole movie? And then I remembered that real life is a thing, and there are actual princesses and also that this fabric is from the UK and the pieces started to fit together. Look, I got there in the end and it's the journey that counts, right?
In any case, I'm pretty sure I'm supposed to be mentioning the fabric here and it really is quite pretty. It reminds me more of pottery than of princesses, with it's lovely rich blue floral set against a white backdrop.
Please note: this fabric has a flaw running along one selvedge. The whole bolt has a pink stripe near one selvedge, making the usable width about 2" less than advertised. It has been marked down accordingly.
This is a 0.37m remnant. You get the entire piece. Remnants have been marked down from the original price.
- Collection: Lady McElroy
- Width: 140cm / 55"
- Content: 100% viscose
- Weight: 85 GSM
- Opacity: mostly opaque, but some sheerness due to the light background colour
- Drape: drape for literal days
- Care: wash cold, tumble dry low or hang to dry. Do not expose to high heat.
- Best suited for: blouses, dresses, skirts, tops
Fabric is priced and sold by the 1/4 metre. We cut multiple 1/4 metres continuously. For example; 2 units is 1/2m, 3 units is 3/4m, 4 units is a full metre, 5 units is 1.25m. A single 1/4 metre will be cut as a fat quarter, unless you request a skinny quarter. Fat Quarters are half the width of the fabric x 0.5m, whereas Skinny Quarters are the full width of the fabric x 0.25m. We do this so you can order just as much fabric as you need, to decrease fabric wastage.
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