This season as we told you is loaded with new features, we present two new fabrics: Vichy and mousseline. Fall in love with these two amazing fabrics to the touch and sight! They add to our current catalog, where you can find the fresh and natural poplin, the comfortable jersey, the cozy summer sweat, the resistant canvas, and the waterproof fabrics. In total 7 natural fabrics, all of them with the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® Certificate and a width of 145-150 cm. Get to know each of the new fabrics, their colors, and their fun designs thoroughly.
Below we detail each of the fabrics. All the patterns that we show you can be found available in the new sewing magazine AQUA SS20.
The mousseline is a 100% cotton composed of two layers of fabric. First of all, it has a wrinkled effect that gives it spectacular softness and fluffiness. It is the perfect fabric to make a project as easy to make as the baby lullaby: cut a square of 120 x 120 cm and make a hem around the contour. You already have a beautiful muslin made by you ready to wrap your baby. It is an excellent lightweight and breathable fabric to make summer clothes such as dresses, blouses, skirts or shorts. Also known as double gauze. Find pandas, crocodiles, cats, and boats among their designs.
PANDAS muslin: with pink background and print of pandas and bamboo. Pattern of crossed romper.
Muslin MILK BATH: with white background and cat print. Body pattern with a skirt.
COCODRILE muslin: with a green background and a pattern of surfer crocodiles. Pattern: Strapless Dress
Muslin BOATS: with a blue background and paper boat print. Bib pattern.
The classic square Vichy is another novelty but this time with some special features that make it unique. To start the size of the square is larger than normal, 1.5 x 1.5 cm side. And it looks great in clothes. We have added a wrinkled effect known as seersucker that gives it a very original touch. You can find this Vichy in 4 pastel colors: pink sand, pink, yellow and mint.
Shirt and shorts pattern.
Now it’s your turn to decide what clothes you’re going to sew and experiment with new fabrics. Share your creations with the hashtag #katiafabrics and enjoy sewing like never before.
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