Poppy Flannel Fabric - red brick Hi There! x 10cm

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Discover the flannel fabric, our very cosy fabric for winter days! Warm, comfortable and Oeko-Tex® certified, this red brick Poppy Hi There! flannel fabric with cute panda's head patterns is perfect to make beautiful pajamas, snoods, indoor wears, pillowcases and bedsheets. Use it also in soft lining of your plaids and blankets. 

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OEKO-TEX®

0,90 €

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Data sheet
Sales unit 10 cm
Width 145cm
Fabrics Weight 240 g/ml, 170 g/m2
Material Composition 100% cotton
Use Clothes and Apparel, Accessories
Washing 30° normal wash
Tumbling do not tumble dry
Ironing Low heat
Bleach Prohibited
Appearance/Touch Soft-touch, Soft, Supple
Brand Poppy
Pattern Animaux, Child's
Pattern size 45mm max.
Manufacturing process Woven : satin
Certificate OEKO-TEX®
Main color Red
Material Cotton
Type Medium weight
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Poppy Flannel Fabric - red brick Hi There! x 10cm

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Make a child's pajamas with our flannel fabric and the L'Enfant Roi sewing pattern, Gaspard pajama jacket.

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What is flannel fabric?

The flannel is a soft fabric with a "fluffy" appearance, scratched from one or both sides. Versatile and comfortable, it is a woven fabric that is fairly loose and keeps you warm. It is often used in winter for bed linen as it retains warmth.
It is often used to make suits, jackets, skirts, pants, pajamas or sheets but also accessories such as ties or hats. Find all our cotton poplin.

Oeko-Tex® label

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.