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$ 32.00
Spectacular Japanese kimono inspired digitally printed silk jacquard from an Italian mill that produces for haute couture. One of the most beautiful fabrics I've ever seen! Multicolored images of geisha, flowers and classic textile patterns are combined into a stunning collage effect print which runs across the width of the fabric in a 47" repeat, one way design. The base fabric is a finely textured geometric jacquard which adds rich depth and drape to the complex patterns and colors. Mid shirting/dress weight could be used for both tops and bottoms depending on the construction. Right for a shirt, top, tunic, dress, skirt, vest, light jacket, kimono, airy duster coat, soft fluid pants. Not a panel - we will cut as running yardage.
Mates well with Kyoto Italian Silk Jacquard Woven. Gwen Spencer used Vogue 9376, (Gwen used 1 1/2 yards- 3 units of each), using Edo for the front and Kyoto for the back, one sleeve in each and using linen for sleeve, collar and hem facings.

I cut silks like this on top of paper, squaring off the end to align the grain. Use tissue or pattern making paper, ok to tape together to the width of the fabric. Place the pattern on the fabric, pattern pieces on top, then pin and cut through all the layers. This keeps the shape of the pattern pieces so you can move them around to mark. Sew with a sharp fine needle. French seams are perfect with this fabric. 

Dry clean or pre-treat by hand launder cool and air dry...that said, Gwen put hers in the washer/dryer on warm and it came out fine.

ITALY
silk
55"

PRICED AND SOLD BY THE 1/2 YARD