Unused Yardage

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  • Details
  • Width: 90 cm. (35")
    Length: Per Meter (Per 1.09 Yards)

    Condition: Excellent
    Unused. Excellent condition. Only light wear consistent with age and history but has no structural issues. Minimal pale storage or age marks towards the side seams. Firm texture. This fabric is unwashed and has quite some sizing (starch). Selvages preserved intact. Please note: This fabric is special because it is lightweight, yet it has quite a lot of sizing (starch), which gives it a somewhat stiffer hand. Best typically for firm window treatments, such as roman shades, or to upholster chairs, ottomans, or structured pillows, such as bolsters, bench cushions, etc. We recommend to only dry clean this fabric if you want it to keep its firm texture. It is possible, however, to wash this fabric, but the texture will transform into a fluid drape almost like a voile, then, mostly apt for very light fabrications, such as kitchen curtains and similar. Ask us for a sample to see in person! CARE: We recommend dry-clean only to avoid color transfer.

  • Description
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  • Elegant vintage mattress fabric (ticking) with narrow blue and white stripes. It is a strong European fabric made around 1940-1950. In the past these resistant fabrics for mattress covers were called “cuti" (from the French "coutil"). These fabrics are unused. Very rare! A treasure of the last factories in the Mediterranean.

    ROSARIO SAYS: "To put a maritime air in our house"
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