Villaggio Viscose Crepe - Saffron

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A Fabric Godmother exclusive vintage fishing village print, printed onto the most wonderful quality viscose crepe dressmaking fabric.

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

This viscose crepe has a wonderful weight and an amazing drape to it. 

Use it to make a shirt, dress or wide legged trousers. 

This crepe dress fabric is 100% viscose and is 132cm wide.

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 as viscose has a tendency to shrink in the first wash.

Machine washable at 30 degrees, cool iron, gentle tumble dry or 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 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.

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 order a sample.

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  • 5
    Oh wow!

    Posted by Elaine Drury on 14th May 2020

    You can certainly tell that you are working with a good quality fabric. Absolutely gorgeous material. Heavy enough to hang and drape beautifully. I made a simple Obi style dress with this fabric but it could easily make a pair of wide legged summer trousers, a shell top, you name it.

  • 5
    Villaggio Viscose Crepe

    Posted by Vivienne Nelson on 27th Apr 2020

    What a wonderful fabric! Lovely draping quality, and made up beautifully into a big baggy shirt. Looks great with black trousers. Love the 50s style pattern - I'm going for the Hula pattern next. More 50s throwbacks please!