Egret Viscose Lawn - Black

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A Fabric Godmother exclusive, printed onto the most wonderful quality viscose lawn dressmaking fabric.

Elegant, hand painted snowy egrets resting on a spray of bamboo foliage, translated from an 18th Century chinoiserie design and repeated in a gentle, rhythmical pattern.

Fabric Godmother has developed these fabrics in an exclusive collaboration with the Print Pattern Archive. Bringing vintage prints to life. 

A fantastic super soft lightweight viscose dressmaking fabric with plenty of drape.

We now sell all our dressmaking fabric in HALF METRE increments. The price is per HALF METRE. Enter 2 in the quantity box to buy 1 metre etc. All orders will be cut in a continuous piece.

Composition: 100% viscose

Weight: 87gsm 

Width: 142cm 

This fabric is sold by the half metre.

Viscose is a fibre that is derived from wood pulp, making it a natural fabric that is more breathable than cotton. It is also known as Rayon.

Please allow 5% shrinkage for this fabric.

Machine washable at 30 degrees, cool iron, hang out to dry straight after washing, please note when you wash viscose it can become stiff when wet but the softness and drape will return as it dries.

We try our best to give an accurate representation of our fabrics, however due to varying monitor settings the colours may differ slightly to the original fabric. If you want to be sure about the colour, weight or size of a design please contact us to order a sample.

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  • 5

    Posted by korin on 25th Jan 2022

    I have to say that I will be purchasing this fabric again to make another dress as it is so lovely! It looks sort of uninteresting as a design, but once made up it is amazing- the spacing, delicate design work, quality of fabric, it looks stunning. The subtle detail of the egrets is an added bonus. Easy to sew and work with. I have easily worn the dress I made with this (Deer & Doe magnolia) 20X since making it. I need a back up! :)

  • 4
    Just a heads-up - the Egrets aren't especially white!

    Posted by Sandy on 12th May 2021

    Beautiful fabric but I'd assumed the Egrets were white and they're not - they're a sort of much duller 'white', almost as if more white dye was needed? (Still happy with fabric though!)