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A canoe gliding silently through the water and making the surface ripple. An image that gives peace. And a fabric that is suitable for every age and gender!
On an off-white undertone, canoes sail in Blue Wing Teal, ready for stylish combination.
- Fabric width: 150 cm
- Handle with care: Machine wash at 30°C
Fabrics made from natural fibers can shrink when you wash them, especially if they are stretchy. We recommend washing the fabric before processing, or at least steaming it with a hot iron.
- Color fabric: Blue Wing Teal 16 (Petrol), white
- Fabric composition: 95% cotton, 5% elastan
- produced in a GOTS certified company
- Perfect match with: Ribbing 16 Blue Wing Teal, Uni 16 French Terry Blue Wing Teal, Terry Cloth Uni 16 Blue Wing Teal, Bias binding French Terry 16 Blue Wing Teal, Bias binding Terry Cloth – Uni 16 Blue Wing Teal and Gütermann thread 223 (Blue Wing Teal 16)
What about French Terry?
Lightweight sweat fabric, also known as summersweat. Stretches in both fabric directions, has a soft front and a looped back. Perfect for jumpers, joggers, sturdy t-shirts, light sweaters and lots of other clothing applications. Easy to sew. This French Terry is produced in a GOTS certified company in Turkey and is entirely printed on ECO COTTON. Made from cotton fibre from BIOLOGICAL ORIGIN, produced with as little water as possible, and with maximum attention to making sure the production process has as little impact on the ecosystem as possible.
What about Pieter Gaudesaboos?
For our September collection, we teamed up with one of our favourite Belgian authors/illustrators. Pieter Gaudesaboos‘ playful drawing style is refined, humorous and appeals to the imagination of children and adults alike. Those who know his children’s books already know what to expect: fabrics that make you laugh! (And those who do not know the books yet: go and discover them: his bestsellers have been translated into many languages!).
As far as fabrics go, Pieter is not a novice: he previously designed successful prints for the Belgian clothing brand Fred&Ginger.