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Arles Sur Tech Cotton (available to order)
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Arles Sur Tech Cotton (available to order)

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100% Cotton
Width: 180cm wide
Weight: 300gsm
Made in France

Please note
that this fabric is different from all our other French Stripes as some of the individual stripes in this fabric are 'textured'. I have including some close ups to show the textured stripes. 

The Price is per Meter. You can specify any length. (For quantities under 1 mtr please type '0' first - for example for half a meter enter 0.5)

Suitable for Curtains, Blinds, Upholstery & Cushions.

Please note that the stripes run along the length of the fabric.
This fabric is not suitable for outdoor use. For outdoor fabrics please see Acrylics.
Please note that computer monitors often cannot produce an exact match for the actual colours of the fabrics.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS
For 100% Cotton fabrics we recommend hand washing separately. To prolong the life of your fabric, and to keep colours vibrant, we recommend drying in the shade.
Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Warm iron. Do not dry clean.

SHRINKAGE
For any cotton product expect a 7 to 10% shrinkage. This mainly occurs on the length and not on the width.

ABOUT THE FABRIC
This fabric comes from a mill located in a small village high in the hills in the South West of France. All our cloth is woven by craftsmen from pure first quality cotton thread, and in some cases the original old world traditional looms are still used.
This twined thread called "retors" in technical terms, is made of two threads rolled together to produce one final thread. We use this type of thread in the weft as well as in the warp which helps to give our cloth its beautiful textural effect.
The natural colour of our cotton is off-white. Its coloration comes from a staining process named "grand teint". This quality of dyeing guarantees a better hold of the colours.

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