0.5M AIRFORCE LINEN & COTTON MIX £6PM
The combination of linen and cotton creates a breathable fabric that is ideal for a variety of garments and homeware. Whether you're looking to make trousers, jackets, skirts, dresses, or even homeware items, this fabric blend offers the perfect balance of comfort and functionality. The natural fibers of linen and cotton allow for excellent breathability, keeping you cool and comfortable in warm weather. Additionally, the versatility of this fabric makes it suitable for both casual and more formal occasions. Embrace the airy feel and timeless appeal of linen and cotton mix, and create stylish and comfortable pieces for any occasion.
Composition: 30% Linen 70% Cotton,
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All of our fabrics are sold in 0.5m increments unless otherwise stated in the title.
Our price automatically reduces when you add 2 or more 0.5m, discounts are applied at the checkout.
Add 2 for 1m, 3 for 1.5m etc
Fabrics are cut in a continuous length.
If ordering larger quantities (over 5m), it may be necessary to send your fabric in more than 1 piece. Many of our fabrics come on 10m bolts.
We will always do our best to keep your fabric in a continuous length.
If for any reason we can’t keep your fabric in a continuous length under 5m you will be contacted.
Shipping & Returns
Shipping to uk mainland
post office rates start at £3.29 on orders up to 2kg for 2nd class tracked.
first class and additional Royal Mail services are available.
£5.95 parcel force courier 24 hours tracked up to 5kg
additional rates are available
non uk mainland and Scottish highlands may receive an additional postage invoice according to the rates we are charged when using our courier.
Please opt for the correct postage to avoid additional postage invoices.
post office rates are available for non uk mainland. Enter your postcode for correct rates.
postal turnaround time is in addition to our processing time.
Caring for your fabrics & handmade items
Always wash your fabric on its own for the first wash.
Fabrics may have dye or print residue left over from the print / dye process.
You should avoid washing your fabrics with zips, Velcro etc and ensure fastenings are closed before washing finished garments.
Natural fibres will have a small percentage of shrinkage, washing your fabric prior to cutting your fabric is recommended.