This black wool boucle fabric is mostly made of premium worsted wool blended with silk for a luxury vibe. It has a heavenly soft hand and a unique texture that will make you want to touch it over and over again.
This French tweed boucle is a beautiful mix of dark blue fancy yarn. Incredibly soft and moderately thick, it makes a nice choice for Chanel inspired apparel, such as dresses, jackets, blazers or skirts.
This black boucle fabric is a dramatic mix of yarns, woven together to give a signature design. Its construction is quite simple – the wool ground is interlaced with black ribbons, each one holding a strip of tassels.
This ivory silk chiffon features a delicate floral pattern which imitates lace weave. The white print has been applied by hand and feels a little bit rough on the face side, leaving the reverse side as smooth as chiffon can be.
This black lace fabric features a lovely botanical pattern overlaid with soutache cord. Mostly made of cotton, it is soft and pleasant to the touch, with the distinctive blend of other fibers added for extra durability.
This beige jacquard designed in Italy comes in an all-over floral and leaf pattern in red, grey and blue shades. Metallic threads lend a golden sheen to the surface, bringing nobility to any look it will be made into.
This tender coral Chantilly lace features a graceful floral pattern and scalloped edges. Lightweight, sheer, soft to the touch and with an easy drape, this delicate lace is perfect as an overlaying material.
This fine suiting fabric in dark lavender is a combination of strong linen and smooth worsted wool which give it a distinctive texture and a soft feel. It also contains Techlana – a unique lightweight and wrinkle-resistant fiber developed by Holland and Sherry, which makes the fabric durable and breathable.
This fine jersey fabric features a timeless paisley pattern in green and grey. Heavenly soft and flexible, it has a 4-way stretch which makes it perfect for body-hugging pieces, from figure-flattering dresses to tunics, tops and skirts.