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Cotton fabric Uni "Light blue", fabrics by the meter

Fabrics by the meter, Width: 147 cm, Weight: 150 g/sqm, Skin neutral, Composition: 100 % cotton

Article number 376 112 Available
only 8,95 €/m
(1 sqm = 6,09 €)
Delivery time 4-6 business days
All prices plus shipping
0,2 m = 1,79 €


Sewing with this beautiful light blue Cotton fabric you're gonna love:

The 147 cm wide fabrics by the meter , made of 100% cotton, weighs 150 g/sqm and is therefore ideal for all standard sewing machines.

Our single-coloured fabrics by the meter fabrics are first-class in quality. They meet the requirements of Öko Tex 100, are washable up to 60° C at only 2% shrinkage, do not bleed out, are hard-wearing and skin-friendly.

Furthermore, the plain-coloured cotton fabrics can be used universally. They are popular combination fabrics for the patchwork hobby, excellent for sewing table linen, bags or clothing.

This fabric can be glued on Stretched Canvas , used for laminating book spines and wooden surfaces. It is therefore also ideal for handicrafts and decorating.

It fabrics by the meter can be ordered from 20 cm in 10 cm steps.

Fabrics by the meter: Yes
Width: 147 cm
Weight: 150 g/sqm
Skin neutral: Yes
Composition: 100 % cotton


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