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Photography of Love Me Do - Coriandoli

Love Me Do - Coriandoli

Set on a cream base, this floral print really will steal your heart. Small in scale, the pink flowers are not in a uniformed direction, as if scattered into the air.
Part number: CM613z
 
Photography of Elizabeth

Elizabeth

A lovely viscose jersey in a pretty emerald and white pattern, what more could you want? The floral design is in stripes and is striking without being overpowering. All in all, a must have fabric.
Part number: CM987
 
Photography of A Tangled Web

A Tangled Web

In this case it’s a knitted web, not a woven web. It’s a fashion fabric; that alarms me somewhat, as every fabric made is a fashion fabric. This is fashionable as long as you want it to be, it is a cream acrylic, polyester and wool mix, knitted jersey fab
Part number: CM922
 
Photography of Lace

Lace

54/56” wide cotton with polyester lace. With a lovely soft finish and a very floral pattern.
Part number: CM911
 
Photography of Concours d'elegance

Concours d'elegance

60” wide polyester georgette in a very pale grey, with an all over “wild” pattern in white, darker grey and just a hint of peach. The flowers come either as individuals or in sprays or bunches and give a very elegant overall appearance which is both prett
Part number: CM908
 
Photography of Duplicity

Duplicity

64” Wide cotton “chambray” in a floral jacquard weave. It can’t be a proper chambray because it’s patterned but the way the blue and the white yarns form the back cloth, and indeed the pattern is very reminiscent of a chambray. Slightly heavier than ordin
Part number: CM907
 
Photography of When in Doubt...

When in Doubt...

This is a 52” wide approximately cotton 36%, viscose 34%, linen 10% cheesecloth, in a riot of a paisley/floral pattern. And whilst it looks random, it is not. It has a proper repeat and at 12” intervals across the cloth, it has quite a large chrysanthemu
Part number: CM905
 
Photography of Oh Heck!

Oh Heck!

Just as I was settling down to my pie and peas, along comes a cloth which from one side, you wouldn’t think it had this on the other. Well it’s a 60” wide woven, wool tweed in quite a mixture of yarns, as you would expect a tweed to be, but predominately
Part number: CM902
 
Photography of Blueberry Hill

Blueberry Hill

54” wide densely printed viscose in navy blue with an all over, small floral pattern in orange, turquoise, cerise, pale blue and white. Lovely colouring, although there is a slight sporadic blur on the print along one of the edges - this will reduce the w
Part number: CM901
 
Photography of Growing Pains

Growing Pains

This enormously wide, viscose jersey in black, and by enormously wide I mean 70” or 165cm or whatever all that works out at. It’s a cloth that we’ve had before, I think, or something rather similar. The black of the base cloth is black, the knitted fabric
Part number: CM898
 
Photography of Love me do - A Woodland Romance - Red

Love me do - A Woodland Romance - Red

Sweet and whimsical this fine weave cotton fabric has a small scale pattern full of romance and woodland beauty. Perfect for those thinking of creating something for spring.
Part number: CM613y
 
Photography of Poplin Prints - Grandmother's Garden

Poplin Prints - Grandmother's Garden

Grandmother’s always have the best garden’s don’t they? And that’s what I thought of when I saw this cloth. It’s floral and pretty but also has a lovely vintage feel to it.
Part number: CM886


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