Cretonne cotton fabric - white/eucalyptus Love x 10 cm

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Fall for our cretonne cotton Love, Oeko-tex® certified and made of organic cotton! Discover these cute patterns of eucalyptus green hearts on a white background! Soft and easy to sew, this fabric is ideal for making clothes, accessories, curtains, cushions, and masks! 

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Bio OEKO-TEX®

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Data sheet
Sales unit 10 cm
Width 148 cm
Fabrics Weight 190 g/ml, 125 g/m2
Material Composition 100% cretonne cotton
Use Accessories, furnishing, clothes and apparel
Washing 30° normal wash
Tumbling do not tumble dry
Ironing Medium heat
Bleach Prohibited
Appearance/Touch Very supple, Matt
Pattern Cœur
Pattern size 8 mm
Manufacturing process Woven : satin
Certificate OEKO-TEX®, Bio
Oeko-Tex® Certificate number 2017OK0565
Main color White, Green
Material Cretonne cotton
Pattern Parallel to the edge
Density Light weight
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Cretonne cotton fabric - white/eucalyptus Love x 10 cm

What is cretonne cotton?

The cretonne cotton fabric is a fabric a little thicker and less fluid than conventional cotton. It is a resistant canvas that can be used to make clothes, but its main use is usually as furnishing fabric (protective covers for furniture, curtains) or linens (undercovers).

Need inspiration? 

Learn how to sew your clothes with our sewing books : "COUTURE SANS PATRONS"  or "TOTAL LOOK LIN & COTON". Make also beautiful clothes with our sewing patterns:

- MARTHE TOP SEWING PATTERN FROM LE LABORATOIRE FAMILIAL 

ARMANCE TOP WOMAN'S SEWING PATTERN FROM LE LABORATOIRE FAMILIAL 

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.