Lightweight brushed cotton shirting, wonderful for dresses too at this time of the year. With a nice soft hand and finish, this comes in tiny mosaic pattern in shades of teal, green and mustard, cream, tan all carefully blended together...
This is a bold as brass, 1cm square check in beige, red and black which creates different tones of those colours where the yarns cross. Italian made, this 65% wool 35% viscose jacketing will make a stunning lightweight jacket.
54” wide superfine ivory cotton lawn with a calended satin finish you hear of fabrics described as having two, three, four, five, six hundred thread count, I honestly don’t know what this is I’ve got a magnifying glass on it and I couldn’t begin to count
premium quality ringspun viscose jersey fabric with 5% lycra. This is lightweight fabric but it is packed full of yarn making it wonderfully soft and therefore giving it superb draping qualities A soft, breathable and wonderfully comfortable fabric.
160cm wide, very finely woven sackcloth in black, not just like a conventional suiting in that there is space between the weft weaved yarns so it has a slightly open weave and not see through, it has a very soft silky hand.