Leaf line-up fabric – Cloud 9

£3.75

Gentle and delicate fabric featuring leaves in mustard, pink, dark grey and white over a light grey background perfect for any sewing or quilting project this Autumn

Collection: First Light
Designer: Eloise Renouf
Manufacturer: Cloud 9 Fabrics
Fibre: 100% OE100 certified organic cotton printed with low impact dyes
Width: 110cm / 43 inches
Best for: Quilting and dressmaking
Sewing project suggestion: A lovely dress or a blouse for any time of the year

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Description

Leaf line-up, in these delicate and soft colours, is part of the collection First Light designed by Eloise Renouf and is sold by the quarter metre (50x55cm). These kind of squares are usually named “fat quarters”. In the case of buying more than one, the order will be cut on a continuous length with the final quarter of any odd-numbered quantity cut as what is known a “skinny quarter.” If you want to purchase one metre, you just need to enter the number 4 in the box when buying. If it is two metres, then the number will be 8, and so on. Minimum order is 2 fat quarters.

The table below will hopefully help you decide on your purchase:

1 Unit – 55cm wide x 50cm long
2 Units – 110cm wide x 50cm long
3 Units – 110cm wide x 75cm long
4 Units – 110cm wide x 100cm long

How to take care of your fabric: Before commencing a new sewing or craft project, it is suggested to wash the fabric as it may shrinks later. It is not always mandatory, so it comes to your personal choice. Following Cloud 9 Fabrics instructions, before or after finishing your project, a gentle wash is the best option as it will take care of the colour and fibers for a longer time. Machine wash cold with the same type of colours, tumble dry for a short time and iron it at medium temperature.

If you have any questions regarding measurements or anything else, please don’t hesitate to send me an email and I will be more than happy to assist you.

Happy sewing and crafting!

*The first image is a digital file and the second one is a more real one taken with natural light. The colour of the fabric itself may vary slightly from the one in the pictures.