A really unusual fabric in an ivory colour with a honeycomb structure. Made by laser-cut sections of the silk satin then stitched together at points to create a 3D structure. Incredibly made and so special. There is a section of plain silk satin at the left side (27cm wide) and the strands of satin are left loose at the other end. Probably constructed in this way to be used as the skirt section of a bridal gown, wth the plain satin stitched to the bodice. Ideal for a more unusual bridal dress. Sourced from a high-end bridal designer.
If you think you need more than is currently listed as in stock please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we may have more on the roll than we think.
Composition: 100% Silk
We sell our fabrics in 0.5m increments. If you want to buy 2m of this fabric, please enter 4 into the quantity box. All orders will be cut as a continuous piece.
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