Osaka Plaid Linen/Cotton Woven
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$ 11.00

PRICED AND SOLD BY THE 1/2 YARD

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

White on black windowpane plaid on a light and airy crinkled gauzy shirting weight linen/cotton blend. Semi opaque, with little lingerie show through in this dark color. Light weight with a lightly textured dry hand, soft crinkles and airy drape. Reminds me of fabrics used by Issey Miyake. The plaid has a 6 " repeat. I'd allow an extra 1/2 yard for matching. Right for a shirt, blouse, dress, skirt, tunic, or top. Minimal wrinkling making it ideal for travel and wardrobe building.

To figure extra yardage, multiply the repeat by the number of main pattern pieces. For example, if the repeat is 4" and you have 4 main/large pattern pieces, you would need a minimum of 16 extra inches.

To match plaids, cut single thickness, starting with the main pattern piece at center front or back, placing CF/CB centered between (NOT ON),  a dominant color or line, then cut one piece at a time, using the cut out piece as a pattern piece for the next, flipping, so you get a left and right side. I draw the plaid on the pattern pieces to match at side seams and notches on sleeves. If the plaid is unbalanced, cut as for a nap. Sew with a walking foot to prevent shifting. Some pieces like pockets, yoke and collar can be cut on the bias.

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.

 


55% linen/45% cotton
60"