Alice Blue Parisian Microfiber KnitMarcy Tilton
Alice Blue, a color made famous by Alice Roosevelt Longworth, the daughter of Teddy Roosevelt, a striking and universally flattering hue. Fluid and beautiful, with a cool, dry matte hand, this is an appealing 'liquid' knit that will be easy to sew and wear, great for travel and wardrobe building. This is is the kind of knit used extensively in fine French ready to wear for t-shirts, tops, drapey skirts, pants, dresses etc. I see and buy t-shirts and pants using this type and weight 'good' polyester fabric in Paris, and I am delighted to offer something I use in my own wardrobe to you. It has a dry hand, matte texture, beautiful drape and feels good next to the skin. The weight is perfect for fluid and slimming, pants, t-shirts, cardis, dresses and tops. As used in the pattern envelope on Marcy's V1637.
Pre-treat by wash/dry gentle. After sewing wash gentle and air dry
92% poly, 8% spandex
PRICED AND SOLD BY THE 1/2 YARD