Clouds

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Clouds

The burnt-out fabric Clouds also toys with transparency and opacity in a striped grid, but produces a completely different effect here: its flowingly tapering lines conjure up a delicate, naturalist cloudscape. This alters with changing daylight and becomes more distinct the darker the background. The 300 cm wide fabric is particularly suited for big draperies because it is then that the filigree cloud motif becomes strikingly visible.


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COMPOSITION

65% polyester 35% cotton

Weight 80 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width appr. 325 cm

Rapport appr. 300 x appr. 110 cm

Care

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Shrinkage appr. 1%

Features

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Fabric must be railroaded. Fitting without seams. With these embroideries and printed articles, the width of the pattern derivates from the width of the article. To avoid creases after washing, we recommend delicate laundry at wool setting.

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