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You will love our new Oeko-tex® certified Baby goslings double gauze cotton fabric designed by Poppy and made of organic cotton. It will be perfect to make clothes such as blouses or dresses. It is also often used for children's clothes, sleeping bags or even to make plaids or cushions. Fall for this adorable ochre double gauze cotton fabric with goose patterns!
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|Sales unit||10 cm|
|Fabrics Weight||160 g/ml, 115 g/m2|
|Material Composition||100% organic cotton|
|Use||Accessories, clothes and apparel|
|Washing||30° gentle wash|
|Tumbling||do not tumble dry|
|Ironing||Do not iron, If ironing is necessary, put a damp cloth between the iron (at low temperature) and the fabric to iron., Iron inside out|
|Appearance/Touch||Soft, Supple, Draping|
|Pattern size||25 mm|
|Manufacturing process||Woven : satin|
|Recommendation/advice||The fabric may shrink up to 10 % in the first wash.|
|Pattern||Parallel to the edge|
Poppy double gauze fabric - ochre Baby goslings x 10cm
Cotton gauze is an extremely lightweight fabric, characterized by a weaving of cotton yarn quite apart. Double gauze is simply a fabric made up of two layers of gauze, tied together at regular intervals, with little undetectable spots on the fabric. Double gauze is much less transparent than simple gauze.
Create wonderful outfits with these double cotton gauze fabrics and our sewing patterns. Discover our selection of books, for example our book "2H pour avoir du style - spécial enfants"
Since 1990, the Standard 100 Oeko-tex® label has been an international system for the control and certification of harmful substances in textiles. It certifies the non-toxicity of textiles and dyes, so it avoids harmful substances. This label is the first label that has been put in place to allow consumers to find textiles without risk to health which has finally allowed to have a reliable product label for the consumer to judge the human-ecological quality of textiles.