IC023 Faille Artemina Lilac Snow / Mlt Softened - 100% Cotton Fabric - Light (4.4 oz/yd2), Width 59"

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IC023 is a 59" wide Plain Weave Faille in 100% Cotton.

Faille has the flattened ribbed pattern of grosgrain and the uninterrupted crispy sheen of the silky-smooth surface of Satin. This combination gives Faille the distinctive hand and appearance it is known for - textured, lustrous, luxurious, and crisp.

This cloth has become the fabric of choice for top interior and fashion designers. You have seen it used for formal dresses and gowns; it is also a popular pick for making skirts, blouses, and summer dresses for ladies and girls. Faille has made its name in home textiles and is used for bedding, decorative pillows, and drapes as well.

This fabric is at the higher end of the lightweight categories and weighs a lavish 4.4 ounces a square yard with its remarkable texture and unforgettable feel.

This Faille fabric can be woven from various fibers, but nature-made fibers are far more pleasant to wear and much easier to work with. That’s why we made this out of 100% cotton.

FS exclusive hand-painted artwork is printed with the best available machinery, using reactive dye ink that gives long-lasting colors and is not harmful to the body, to transfer these paintings onto 100% Cotton fabric.

We also brought three solid colors: white, beige, and black, to accompany your printed cloth.

Our collection received rigorous Oeko-Tex certification and is a part of the BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) - ensuring that these items are biodegradable, recyclable, and free of harmful toxins or irritants (good for your family and good for the planet).


All designs are created and available exclusively at F|S.com.

The cloth is Softened so we have added a softener to give it a silkier hand. The fabric has not been laundered so shrinkage will still have to be taken into consideration (shrinkage depends on fabric weave and laundering method).

Fabric specifications:

Article IC023 Faille
Content 100% Cotton
Type PLAIN WEAVE
Color LILAC SNOW / MLT
Width 59 inch
Weight 4.4 oz/yd2
Thread size warp 68
Thread size weft 68
Thread count warp 91
Thread count weft 76
V Repeat 34.9 inch
H Repeat 39.8 inch

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MS
Gorgeous fabric

I purchased two doggie bag pieces of this fabric and made it into a really lovely blouse! I just added some more of this to my cart. The fabric opaque enough not to require a lining and one layer can be shirred quite well.

Michelle • September 19, 2023
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JR
Absolutely gorgeous fabric

I just received this fabric along with the similar version in White and I am so impressed with the quality and hand of this fabric to the point where I can't wait to start a project. I was inspired by the example of two dresses made with this fabric that were shown on the website. Just fabulous. I am so pleased with these purchases.

Jeannette • August 9, 2023
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Maureen

Thank you so much for letting us know.

Mackenzie overalls by Opal Annie in this fabulous fabric.

Cynthia • May 3, 2024

Beautiful way to use this fabric with linen! See more at instagram.com/reuse_home/

Dwight • November 22, 2023

When I first laid eyes on this fabric my heart beat faster. It's rare to find large scale print fabrics. To see the scale of this print combined with this gorgeous floral, it was the fulfillment of my fabric daydream. Since sewing this dress, some evidence would suggest I'm not the only one taken with this floral daydream either. I whipped up some puffy sleeves and wore the dress to photograph a wedding. It didn't take long for the great aunt of the bride to start talking about sewing after she saw my dress. She regaled me with her (extensive) sewing and millinery accomplishments. At the reception she excitedly waved me over and asked me to write my number on a piece of scrap paper. She invited me to visit New York and asked twice where to buy this fabric.

Sarah • August 1, 2023
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