Scuba is generally used to make dance-wear, leggings and dresses (think of evening or party dresses) and is quite easy to care for. When sewing scuba, we would recommend using larger stitches than you may normally do so, to account for both the stretch and the ‘spongey’ texture of the fabric.
This is scuba, a double knit jersey material and this one is two fabrics in one. A sueded double sided scuba dress material. The face is faux suede, printed with a coral / red floral Japanese inspired design. The back of the fabric is beige and is a typic
145cm wide superb stretch woven dress fabric with a brightly coloured floral print in navy, lime, lemon, pink and white . It is quite a thick fabric, akin to that of a ponte roma so is best for more structured garments.
150cm wide beautiful scuba fabric with a vertical floral print running down the warp and horizontal stripes running from selvedge to selvedge every 1.2mtrs. The pattern repeat of the panel is therefore 120cm/ 1.2mtrs.