Designer silk charmeuse in washed out limes GONE


Here is a remnant piece of a glorious Ver@ W@ng silk charmeuse.


This silk is an Italian beauty.

It is a very high quality, a substantial weight for a silk charmeuse so the hand and drape is wonderful.  It is one of those fabrics your hand reaches out to stroke over and over as you ponder what you might make.  I got this piece from the wonderful Linda at EOS and she said the fabric hailed from the Ascher Studio.


Ver@ W@ng made some gorgeous tops and dresses out of this fabric which unfortunately I can’t find now without wading through a few thousand images of wedding gowns.  But trust me, they were stunning.

The print is this wonderful, hazy abstract of washed out flowers over a sort of brushstroke background.  A palette of greens is used from kiwi to deep moss, punctuated by soft white, grey, champagne and charcoal.

This is a remnant piece so I am a bit limited in how I can show the fabric.  The fabric width is 140cm and the length is 90cm.  The top image with this listing shows the full 90cm of the fabric except from a sideways orientation…that is, the cut edges of the fabric are the left and right-hand sides of the image.  Hopefully this gives you an idea of scale.

This fabric was an expensive one and there was a rush on it even so, and the best I could grab was this remnant.  I’m pretty sure the fabric was $50+/m.  I’m going to ask $30 for this remnant.

I will need to post this in a small sized satchel at $8.25. 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. (Australia delivery only thanks).

Sorry about the quality of this image, it’s not so good, but maybe this will give you an idea of the draping qualities.



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