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$ 18.50

PRICED AND SOLD BY THE 1/2 YARD

EXAMPLE: TO ORDER 2.5 YARDS ENTER 5 IN THE QUANTITY BOX

Impeccable Itsura collection linen/cotton blend in a limited edition print designed by a Japanese textile artist, Pale gray/white linen background with abstract gray silhouette trees running across the width of the fabric accented with pearl white dashes. Supple, lightly crisp shirting weight is great for a blouse, dress, shirt or top...even soft pants. I made a duvet cover from one of last year's designs. One touch tells all, appealing smooth hand and drape with a light texture. I order this collection 3 months in advance to get this year's collection, no re-orders, so when it is gone, it is gone. 

The design has a 1 yard repeat. 

Pre treat by hand laundering or machine wash gentle and air dry. You can toss linen in the dryer if you want all over wrinkles, but always pre test a sample, some fabrics respond well, others not so well. Test Test Test. After laundering hand wash or machine launder gentle and air dry. I like to take my linens out of the laundry while still very wet, hang on a hanger and pull and smooth the seams and hems, allowing the weight of the water to do the work, then touch up with an iron or not.

 

Japan
55%linen/45% cotton
44"