A burst of spheriforms cotton voile

This fabric was an Australian or New Zealand designer. It might have been Trel1se C0oper, but a bit of time has past since I rustled through my (enormous) collection of fabrics and I just can’t remember. If it wasn’t them, it was a designer in that milieu. I so love the colours here: persimmon, wheat, duck egg blue and manila against a warm brown background.

I do photograph my fabrics on a white back cloth so the voiles, georgettes etc which are not strong solids lose a little colour intensity in the image. Here is a scale image, all lovely and voluminous and a lot closer to the actual colours of the fabric.

The fabric is a soft and light cotton.  It could have a silk element, but I am not sure. It is not opaque but has more density than many voile fabrics.  You can cut volume hereā€¦gathers on tops, into yokes and so on would all work well.

This voile is 140cm x 2.2 metres – so many options with this width and length. This fabric was quite expensive as a designer fabric, but I can’t remember the price. I will mark it at $35 a metre, but I know that is less than the cost price. The piece will be $77 plus post ( in a medium satchel). Please see here for full details on payment and posting.  If interested, please click on the email link below; fabric details will appear automatically and I will get back to you asap. (Australian sales only thanks).

Here is another video, complete with steamer puffing sounds. I have learnt now.


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