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Yasmine Tile Print in Duck Egg Blue

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Tomorrow I am sharing a great sewing project to create your own custom made storage. I used two different printed canvas fabric for it. The first is the Yasmine tile print linen-cotton canvas fabric, which is a sophisticated light-weight canvas woven from 55% linen and 45% combed cotton. It is part of my Spring Traveller collection I designed which is available on Spoonflower.

Details
54" wide printable area (137 cm)
6.2 oz per square yard
Thread count: 100 x 48
Natural white
Estimated shrinkage: 3% in length and minimal in width.

Uses
Appropriate for tablecloths, tea towels, dresses, bags, and pillows.
Care Instructions
Machine wash warm or cool on a gentle/delicate setting, using phosphate-free detergent.

"All of the prints in the Spring Traveller collection can be seen in my book "Torie Jayne's Stylish Home Sewing", available at all good bookstores. A collection of prints inspired by travel to India and Morocco. The ‘Spring Traveller’ collection is in a colour palette of duck egg blue, lavender, silver grey in prints inspired by Indian block printing and Moroccan tiles and fretwork. Perfect for interior sewing projects, you can combine all the fabric from the ’Spring Traveller' collection for stylish results."

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Torie's fabric from Spoonflower
TORIE JAYNE’S STYLISH HOME SEWING published by CICO Books (£14.99) Photos © SUSSIE BELL, Illustrations © KATE SIMUNEK
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