This beautiful print is a modern take on the classic bold florals, it has bright, vibrant orange and royal blues large flowers on a pink-peach background. It also has little gold and cream lanterns scattered throughout. This design is bang on trend for this Spring / Summer, and it's versatile print would look great as a make up bag, cushions or even as a summer outfit!
This fabric is from Cloud 9, it's called Dahlia Blush and is part of the Dragons and Lanterns collection designed by UK illustrator Kate Merrit. Cloud 9 fabrics are certified 100% organic.
🧵Largest open orange flower is approximately 8cm (3 1/8 inches) at the widest point and 7.5cm (3 inches) at the tallest point.
🧵Small closed orange flower is approximately 4cm (1 4/8 inches) at the widest point and 4.2cm (1 5/8 inches) at the tallest point.
The fabric is 110cm wide (44 inches) and is a high quality, mid-weight Cotton, perfect for clothing, cushions, tote bags and quilting.
This fabric can be purchased per fat quarter, 0.5 metres or 1 metre, which measure:
🧵 1 fat quarter measures 55cm wide (approximately 22 inches) and 50cm long (approximately 20 inches)
🧵 0.5 metre measures 110cm wide (approximately 44 inches) and 50cm long (approximately 20 inches)
🧵 1 metre measures 110cm wide (approximately 44 inches) and 100cm long (approximately 39 inches)
To order multiples, select the length from the drop-down box and then enter the quantity you would like e.g., to order 1.5 metres, select 0.5 from the length drop down box and choose 3 from the quantity drop down box.
Please note that I cannot refund the material once it is cut but if you have any questions regarding this product or would like to place a custom order then please do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to help. Please note that the colour may vary depending on the screen you are using.
Dahlia Blush from Cloud 9 fabrics
This fabric is 100% cotton, please pre-wash before use. Machine wash warm with like colors. do not dry clean, do not bleach. tumble dry medium setting. remove promptly. Use warm iron on wrong side if necessary.