IL002 DAISY FIELD IVORY-NATURAL - 100% Linen - Canvas (9.4 oz/yd2)

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Price: $24.36 per yard
Sale price: $20.71 per yard (15% off)
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Jacquard cloths are created by weaving different color threads to create intricate patterns - or paintings that are woven with thread. These are harder to weave and are considered an "heirloom" fabric due to the craftsmanship involved in their creation.

This fabric is super fun to work with - making every project look like a work of art.  The trick? Just throw it in the wash!

When you receive it  - the cloth will be flat and 2-dimensional. After the wash and dry - the design will "lift up" giving the fabric a 3 dimensional appearance.

In order for the fabric to "lift up" it is woven in a way that when it is washed and dried - it will shrink more than plain weave linen giving it the volume needed to be 3 dimensional. This cloth you can expect 18% shrinkage weft (width of the fabric); and 16% warp (length of the fabric). Shrinkage is based on a warm wash and low-heat dry.

Fabric specifications:

Article : IL002
Content : 100% Linen
Thread size warp : 17.9
Thread size weft : 17.9+9
Thread count warp : 51
Thread count weft : 60
Weight : 9.4 oz/yd2
Width : 65 inch
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Used for making hand towels
Reviewer: Margaret

Washed and dried twice before cutting and sewing. This is beautiful fabric but only 4 stars as it is heftier than I prefer, even after washing. Hopefully, it will further soften with use.

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Great Christmas Gifts
Reviewer: Joanna

I bought the Tetra pattern earlier for myself and to experiment on to see how it worked, shrank and softened. I liked it so much that when I found the Daisy pattern on sale I bought 5 yards to make into throws for Christmas gifts. I washed the tetra before sewing it, but decided to sew the Daisy throws first before washing. I also decided to fold the selvedge under rather than cutting it off to make wider borders on the daisy pieces. Both ways worked perfectly - they did not shrink up strangely or pucker with the selvedges left on, or by sewing first. I think I prefer sewing before washing because and the unwashed fabric is so stiff that it is very easy to cut and sew. I washed the throws three times to soften them before folding them, tying them with gros grain ribbons and giving them to my friends. They looked so great that I think my friends were relieved to hear that I had made them and not spent a fortune at West Elm!!

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Love the texture!
Reviewer: Coppelia

After washing and putting this through the dryer, the whole pattern just pops! Absolutely beautiful feel and drape for a more rustic fabric. A dream to sew.

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Pretty but course to touch
Reviewer: Delia

I did not pre-wash because I was making pillow covers and don't expect it to be washed. The fabric is very course and rustic feeling, not soft like many linens. It is called "canvas" so maybe I should have known this. Maybe I will wash one pillow to see if it will soften and see how much shrinkage—and then try a smaller insert.

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Beautiful, unique linen fabric
Reviewer: Teresa

This fabric made a wonderful throw blanket. It adds a nice upscale look for my living room, not to mention a warm addition during these cool evenings. I am thinking of other projects for this wonderful fabric!

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Grab and go Gorgeous!
Reviewer: Judith

I plan to make a couple of Jacquard bags for creative work on the move. Because the colors reverse, I'll use the darker side as exterior, to show less soiling, which is great as the lighter side (inside) will make it easier to spot things inside the bag, Inner pockets to hold items like rug hook, scissors and notions like wool needle will still leave ample space for the rug I'm working on. And wool strips....

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Reviewer: Ivy

Over the weekend, I made a second set of 2 bath towels 2 hand towels, and 4 washcloths with this fabric. I just use a single "ply" and get all this out of two yards, edged with plain natural bias tape that I make. This thick linen softens considerably when washed and is so much more absorbent than cotton, it's just amazing for towels. I love the texture which is stimulating without being scratchy.

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Buy plenty of fabric!
Reviewer: Teresa

I wish I could give 5 stars to this gorgeous linen, and had I ordered with an abundance of caution I would have given it full stars. This fabric shrinks significantly, at least it did the way I prepped it with several wash/dry cycles prior to cutting. My fabric ended up at 55 inches width, a problem in that I planned to use a 60inch layout. I had to order 2 more yards, and even though it was only a short time between orders I must have hit a lot change, as the colors of both the light and dark portions are noticeably different on the fabric cuts. Since the robe is for myself it's a minor issue, but I know now to never assume that separately ordered pieces will match. Otherwise, the fabric is beautiful, has a soft texture where the flowers are highlighted, and drapes well for its weight.

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10 stars
Reviewer: Anonymous

This fabric is just so beautiful in every way - weight, to look at, how it 'falls'

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daisy field
Reviewer: Anonymous

Love this fabric.Especially that it is reversible itis so versite

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Wonderful upholstery or jacket weight
Reviewer: Michelle

The subtle daisy pattern on this versatile neutral linen makes it a natural choice for chair or ottoman upholstery. Easy to sew and manipulate event though the linen weight is heavier than most and lighter than the rustic type. I'm happy this was on sale so I could afford to 'play' with it and enjoy this lovely linen's finer points. The next project will be a boxy jacket for beach wear.

I have some scarps and made these shower mitts from this fabric and the IL073. Gently exfoliating without being too rough and they make great gifts!

Posted by Lauren

A doggie bag find. Beautiful pattern for my piano bench.

Posted by Maria

I made a set of two hand towels and two bath towels and then, with some leftovers, made this pot holder.

Posted by Ivy

I love how both sides of this linen are highlighted on the robe, as the daisy pattern is so cheery. It's a dream to wear, absorbent and quick to dry, soft and comfortable even after just the initial few hot wash/dry fabric prep cycles.

Posted by Teresa

Old Vintage Crate with lid open in the Daisy Fabric

Posted by Jacqui

Old Vintage Ginger Ale Crate made pretty with the Daisy print

Posted by Jacqui
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