Welcoming an Elegant New Fabric to our Line Up!

AUG 25, 2015

Introducing Poly Crepe de ChineDesign: Chelsea by Candy Joyce

Some of you may remember when we launched Poly Crepe de Chine as a limited offering back in fall of last year. Many of you fell in love with this fabric. Hard. Since retiring it, we've received so many requests for it to come back that we decided it was finally time to bring Poly Crepe de Chine in from the cold and make it part of our fabric family!

Poly Crepe de Chine is a lightweight 100% polyester crepe fabric that is perfect for projects that require a soft drape and a delicate weight. This exciting addition features crisp, bright colors that hold up very well to multiple washings. 

Introducing Poly Crepe de ChineDesigns: Slices–Grape by Kurtcyr and Boho Stripes (Purple) by: Robyriker

Poly Crepe de Chine has a 52” printable width and is ideal for women’s apparel, curtains, wedding decor, and elegant accessories. 

Introducing Poly Crepe de ChineDesign: Batik Love Bug by hooeybatiks

You’ll find Poly Crepe de Chine available for order starting today. Try out a swatch to see how it feels or if you’ve already got a project in mind, go ahead and order enough to get started. Be sure to check out more photos of the new fabric!

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