Our viscose prints are so popular. As a natural fibre (it's made from wood pulp) viscose has many properties such as being more breathable than cotton. Making it a perfect summer fabric.
The nature of viscose means it takes colour really well so you get these vivid colours and designs. The drape of viscose is really special as well, the only downside? It can be prone to shrinkage so allow 10%-20% extra fabric and always wash before you cut your fabric.
These beautiful fabrics start from only £5 per metre, perfect for a pre payday treat!
Here are our latest Viscose Challis prints, this lightweight fabric is ideal for floaty maxi dresses and floor sweeping skirts and well as summer dresses and blouses or shirts.
These cotton stretch jacquards are so pretty and perfect for Spring! (which I have been reliably informed is just around the corner) Ideal for a pair of Sew Overt It Ultimate trousers or a Betty Dress. With 95% cotton and 5% spandex and at only £8 per metre you are going to want them all.
These super soft cotton lawns have just landed and boy are they beautiful. Imagine long floaty dresses, simple shirts and beautiful lounge wear in these delightful prints.
Marabou Mosaic in navy or ivory has large scale birds making it ideal for patterns with few seam details such as a simple shift dress.
Elegance departure has geese made up of a riot of flowers and butterflies soaring across it. Choose from pink or silver and make a classic shirt in this lightweight cotton lawn.
Morning glory has pretty oriental birds and blooms on a nude background, a perfect summer dress fabric.
So this last one isn't a cotton lawn, it's a slinky jersey, but it's just too pretty to be left out. Blossom has a generous 4 way stretch making it ideal for a wrap dress you will wear and wear, from now till next winter!
These beautiful new Italian viscose crepes have just been added to our website. This fabric has the most wonderful drape to it and fabulously vibrant colours. The bold designs and weight of the fabric lend themselves to wide legged trousers, full skirts and billowing tops, anything that requires movement and drape.
Polloi features people dressed in their finest clothes on a royal blue background. Not for those who don't want to stand out in a crowd.
Clara draws on the huge trend of dark florals that is still going strong, and I think easier to wear if you are not a girlie girl than pale florals. Featuring line drawn flowers on a black background.
Bloom has bold coral flowers on a navy background, that colour mix of navy and coral is a favourite of mine and this is a perfect execution of this colour palette.
Flapper as the name suggest has rows of Erte style dancers in individual scenes posing with birds. Be bold in this twenties inspired fabric.
Party is a carnival of colours, watercolour rectangles make a beautiful pattern. The softness of the colours and the drape of the viscose crepe give this fabric a dreamy feel to it.
Reiste has a traditional feel to it. However the coral and teal on a navy background make it bang up to date. Use this fabric and mix it with another design for brilliant pattern clashing.
Paisley is brought to life in this blue and red print. Paisley was brought to Europe in the 1700's and was thought to ward off evil, what better reason do you need to get some?