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.
140cm wide delightful 96% viscose 4% lycra jersey in a bold, old fashioned I suppose you would say, rugby style stripe in lime green, sea green, navy and stone, the stripes are approximately 5cm wide and are horizontal unless you stand them on end.
150cm wide, 97% cotton, 3% elastane, light cream cotton sateen with an all over fragmented print in black and red. A bit like the pattern you get in cracked glass which has been hit by a heavy article just before it falls in bits.
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.
A rather nice black sequin fabric; not too shiny because the sequins are not glossy and they overlap in a non-uniform manner. The sequins catch the light in all different ways so the fabric has a classy appearance, a bit of glamour but not OTT. The sequin