Cool Wash 30 Degrees, Tumble dry medium
Clothing, Craft Project, Dressmaking, Fancy Dress
Silk Velvet Satin Ivy Green
£ 6.00 / metre
This fabric is ideal for dressmaking projects. It is soft to the touch, drapes beautifully and you can use it for dresses or tops. You can also use it for lining jackets the most luxurious way!
7.00 m in stock (backorders allowed)
7 metres in stock
Silk Velvet Satin IvySilk Velvet Satin Ivy polyester fabric drapes incredibly well and can be used for dressmaking or sumptuous linings. This silky polyester satin is ideal for dressmaking. It is a beautiful pale green colour and feels incredible to the touch. It could make an elegant dress or shirt. Using it for lining a coat would give a lovely result. It is not slippy like other lining fabrics and so is easier to sew. See our other dress fabrics We've used this fabric for projects like:
- dress linings
- dress alterations
- coat and jacket linings
Colours can appear differently on screen, so although every care has been taken to represent them accurately, some variations may occur from real life. To check colours are as you expect we recommend you order a sample, to see and feel the fabric in the flesh. Free samples are available for all fabrics! Colours can also vary between dye lots, so please ensure you order enough for your project.
So we can package your fabrics beautifully for posting, they will be taken off the roll and folded. We try our best to always send fabric in one continuous length although this is not always possible, we will contact you if this is the case. Some fabrics are also on sale in our shop in Bridport, Dorset, so on rare occasions stock may not be available where it appears to be online. We do our best to avoid this and many fabrics can be reordered, again if this occurs we will contact you to discuss the options.
To keep your lovely new fabrics in the best condition we recommend checking out the Product Info for details on how to care for them. Washable fabrics should always be hand washed, before cutting and making your projects, in order to allow for shrinkage.