Stunning 1920s era silk lame fabric that was once a part of a skirt or other garment. The top is fully gathered, and the sides are sewn to a bright purple silk lining. The pattern of the fabric is a unique, abstract art deco pattern in glittering gold, black and purple. This fabric could be repurposed into something very beautiful, perhaps a cape, jacket, dress, or a new skirt.
COLOR: Black, Purple, Gold
FABRIC HAND & WEIGHT: Medium weight, textured, soft
Length Up and Down on Edges: 42 in. (106 cm)
Length up and down centre: 46 in. (116 cm)
Width Across Below the Gathering: 61 in. + approx. 6 in. of seam allowance (1.7 Yards + 6 in.) (1.54 M + 15.2 cm)
Width Across the Top: 29 in. (74 cm)
Width Across the Bottom: 61 in. + approx. 6 in. of seam allowance (1.7 Yards + 6 in.) (1.54 M + 15.2 cm)
CONDITION: Fabric is in excellent condition. There are seam allowances along the sides and the hem has been let down and is fraying. There are gathers across the top and the lining has tears. This is fabric to use for repurposing into either period costume outfits, or whatever garment you wish. The skirt lining has some general shredding / tears and is likely not usable. The self fabric is very usable. Fraying along the bottom edge.
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