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Brussels Washer Yarn-Dye - Flax - LINEN/RAYON - 52" WIDE

Kaufman Fabrics Brussels Washer Yarn-Dye - Flax - LINEN/RAYON - 52" WIDE

US$ 12.95 / yard
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Cream, Flax

This soft linen/rayon blend with a gentle drape could be considered the apparel version of Sashiko cloth. Different colored threads in warp and weft gives this linen an interesting texture and color. Embroider and embellish to make it your own with trendy stitches such a big Kantha and traditional Japanese Sashiko, or use it as the perfect foundation for summer-weight blouses and skirts. Care instructions: machine wash cold, tumble dry low delicate, warm iron when needed. 52" wide Brussels Washer Yarn Dye, 55% Linen/45% Rayon, 6 oz per square yard, by Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

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