Silk Crepe

SKU: 00054898
Please note that color may vary depending on your monitor settings
US$ 154 /m per one running meter

1 m =  1.1 yd

The standard sample size is 10cm*width of the item. Please note that the sample size may vary depending on the items features.

Characteristics

Composition:  100% Silk
Weight: 118 g/m²
Width: 140 cm
Manufacturer: Taroni
Country: Italy
Categories: Blouses, Dresses, Skirts, Trousers

This opaque silk crepe fabric features an orange color. Made of 100% silk, it has a crisp texture and a dull sheen. Silk crepes are indispensable when it comes to evening and occasion wear and draped designs. Available in a range of rich solid colors.

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Fabric by the Yard: Measurement Conversion

All fabrics on our website are priced by the running meter. The term "running meter" or "linear meter" is used in the fabric industry. To convert meters to yards, use the conversion factor 0.9144. In other words,
1 Yard = 0.9144 Meters
1 Metre = 1.0936 Yards

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