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French Terry Uni Honey Peach

A nice french terry that feels soft. Perfect to combine with the other French terry from the SYAS collections.
Sold per 10cm. For 50cm you fill in 5. The fabric is naturally sent in one part.

€1,90 Incl. tax   (€19,00 / Meter)
Brand:
See You at Six

Article code:
03407.012.R

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Composition 60% coton,35% polyester, 5% lycra
Width 150 cm
Color Honey peach
Weight 250gr/m
stretch Yes
Two-sided No
Needle advice -
Label Oekotex
projects sweaters, dresses, ...
Washing instructions Ironable on a medium setting - machine washable at 30°C - best not tumble dried
Extra information Ribbing in matching colors is available
  • Informationplus

  • Material, composition

    96% cotton, 4% spandex, 250 gr / m

    colour

    Honey peach

    Be careful, the colors on the screen may differ from the actual colors!

    Size

    Fabric width 150cm

    Application

    Dresses, sweaters, hoodies, shorts, ...

    Everything for which you can use a stretch fabric.

    Wash

    Before use, it is recommended to fix the color in water with vinegar. The best way to pre-wash this substance. She will shrink a little, especially in the length. Wash at 30 °

  • Reviews (2)plus

  • kelly 17-04-2018 19:24

    Koper heeft geen omschrijving achtergelaten.

    Natalie 14-04-2018 21:08

    Fijne stof!

    5 stars based on 2 reviews

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