Paradise Jacquard (made with Recycled Yarns)


Paradise Jacquard (made with Recycled Yarns)

Width: 150cm

Length: 0.5 meters

Weight: 370 gsm

Multiple quantities will be cut as a continuous piece.

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Sister Mintaka is very excited to present the Paradise Jacquard fabric, made with Recycled Yarns.

This fabric has a wonderful detailed design, featuring birds, tropical trees, mountains, the moon, the sun and the stars. It’s like a work of art.

This jacquard fabric can be used with either side as the right side. You could mix and match both sides of the fabric on your garment.

It’s suitable for structured garments like jackets, A-line skirts, mini skirts, structured dresses, pinafores, overalls, and winter trousers. The fabric is fairly thick, so you perhaps wouldn’t want to sew an elasticated waistband on trousers as it may be too bulky, darted styles may be better.
You’re not restricted to just garments, picture this as cushions, zip up pouches, bags and so much more!

I’m deciding on what I’ll make for my first garments with this. I’ve shortlisted the Daughter Judy Thompson coat, the Puff and Pencil Luna Kite Jacket, an a-line skirt or a mini skirt.

This fabric is 65% Cotton, 31% Polyester, 4% Other Fibres.
86% of the yarns used in this textile are Recycled Yarns, which is made up of 65% Cotton, 17% Polyester and 4% Other Fibres.

From afar, the fabric looks black and off white. You may notice small flecks of colour within the fabric, from the recycled yarn!

The scale of the arches are approximately 20 inches wide and 18 inches high.

For care instructions it is recommended that this fabric is machine washed at 30c, iron on low (below 110c), do not tumble dry.

Our fabrics are sold by the half meter. If you wish to order 1.5 meters please add the quantity 3 to your basket.

Please note that because fabric is cut to order, it may not be returned or exchanged.

We do our best to get accurate images of all of our fabrics, but due to varying monitor screens, colours may differ slightly to the original fabric.

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