Harry Potter Jersey fabric - grey 4 Houses x 10cm

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Fall for this pretty 4 Houses Harry Potter cotton jersey fabric and dive into Harry Potter's world by choosing your house! This grey flexible, very soft and resistant cotton jersey fabric is ideal for making pajamas, bodysuits or newborn clothes. 

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Data sheet
Sales unit 10 cm
Width 145 cm
Fabrics Weight 200 g/m2, 300 g/ml
Material Composition 95% Cotton, 5% Elastane
Use Clothes and Apparel
Washing 30° normal wash
Tumbling Low dry (60°C max)
Ironing Medium heat
Bleach Prohibited
Appearance/Touch Supple, Soft, Elastic
Brand Warner Bros.
Pattern Heraldry, Animaux
Pattern size 55 mm max.
Manufacturing process Knitted (jersey)
Main color Grey
Material Cotton
Elasticity ≈20%
Pattern Parallel to the edge
Density Medium weight
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Harry Potter cotton Jersey fabric - grey 4 houses x 10cm

Warning : Please note that these are licensed fabrics, the use for commercial purposes is limited.

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About cotton jersey fabric

Jersey is a soft, flexible and stretchy fabric. Cotton jersey fabric is the most used fabric in the t-shirt making. It is comfortable and it will be ideal for a casual look. The name jersey explains the manufacturing process of the fabric. It belongs to the family of knitted fabrics (mesh), which makes it naturally extensible.

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.