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Victorian lace curtain fabric calla lily- 2 yards

Victorian lace curtain fabric calla lily- 2 yards click image to enlarge

    Price: $127.00

    7 available for immediate delivery

    7 available for immediate delivery

    Sold by: 2 yard increments

    7 available for immediate delivery

    Availability: If more is needed please write for availability.

    Sold by: 2 yard increments

    Scale of item: The vertical repeat is about 41 1/2". The calla lily flower is a little less than 14 1/4" ( 36.195 cm. ) measuring from the top to the stem, parallel with the selvedge.

    Selvedge to selvedge: 46 3/4".

    This is: 100% cotton.

    Please Note: The selvedge edges have been turned, serged, and have a 1/4" hem.

    This fabric is: creamy white, not snow white.



    Victorian lace curtain fabric calla lily- 2 yards

    A lace curtain fabric with Victorian calla lilies, or arum lilies. A calla lily lace curtain fabric. This is perfect for a Victorian home.

    This lace curtain fabric is a madras lace, and is 100% cotton. This is woven by the only mill in the world that still weaves 100% cotton lace fabric. It takes a full day to weave 10 meters of this lace. The pictures have been taken against a dark brown background to show off the pattern.

    This lace is a creamy white.

    This fabric is 46 3/4" wide. The vertical repeat is about 41 1/2". The calla lily flower is a little less than 14 1/4" ( 36.195 cm. ) measuring from the top to the stem, parallel with the selvedge. The edges of this have been folded over and serged, forming a 1/4" hem..

    This pattern is cut in 72" increments, which will give two of the flowers at the top and two of them at the bottom, and one staggered in the center.

    Care: Hand wash using mild detergent in luke warm water. Do not use bleach or other brighteners. Rinse carefully, squeezing gently in luke warm water. Pull fabric sidewasy and lengthways while still damp, iron on cotton setting. Do NOT tumble or spin dry.

    The lace may be dry cleaned, but only by firms who are experienced in dealing with fine fabrics.




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