1950s architectural building facades Chelsea Pierrot drapery cotton FQ+
ON HOLD FOR KELLY - PLEASE DO NOT PURCHASE
Fabric: This is a striking medium weight - drapery weight - cotton manufactured by Pierrot in the 50s. It is called Chelsea - perhaps it is the facade of some buildings in Chelsea, London? Beautiful greens and golds on an off-white base.
Condition: Unused, unwashed, last part has a stain. As with other fabrics from this estate sale, this is dusty and will need a wash to come up perfectly. These drapery fabrics were made for boiling, so washing them on super hot works very well, indeed. This piece is also only half width of the original fabric - it had been cut before we purchased it.
Width: The fabric is 60cm wide selvedge to edge.
Purchase size: We are selling this fabric by the uncut pattern repeat (gives you most of the three facades) measuring 60cm wide x 58cm long.
Multiple quantities purchased will be sent uncut:
One quantity: 60cm wide x 58cm long
Two quantities: 60cm wide x 116cm long