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Jacquard Folk UN001268

UN001268

Wonderful jacquard fabric with an ethnic design in shades of brown and blue. Refined and classy, it is very much in vogue for the winter season. Perfect for making skirts, jackets and dusters.

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5.6 m

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Composition
68% PC, 32% PL
Height
138 cm (useful 134 cm)
Weight
566 g / m
Care Instructions

Description

Wonderful jacquard fabric with an ethnic design in shades of brown and blue. Refined and classy, it is very much in vogue for the winter season. Perfect for making skirts, jackets and dusters.

Available Colors

Blue, Brown, Multicolor Polyester Patchwork Jacquard fabric for Dress, Jacket, Light Coat, Skirt.
UN001268

Article
U34369706157------
Color
Multicolor (, , )
Search Code
UN001268
Pattern
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