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Organic cotton poplin, Viennese floral, dark blue

Product code 130 52-0002

Densely woven, premium, cotton fabric in a light, airy poplin. Made of pure, organic cotton. Perfect for shirt-making, men’s and women’s fashions. Limited-edition Biedermeier print dates from the heyday of central European textiles.

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Basic parameters
Width: 149 cm
Color: dark blue
Content: 100% cotton
Weight (gsm): 104 gsm
Weight (mm): 24 mm
Drape: slightly supple
Period: 19th century
Style: Biedermeier
Horizontal repeat: 13 cm
Vertical repeat: 10.7 cm
Minimum order: 0.2 m
Availability: limited edition
Certification: Oeko-Tex Standard 100 class 1
Shrinkage: 1–2 %
Care:
Bulk discount
1 - 19 m
18,35 € / m
20 - 49 m
-10%
16,50 € / m
50 and more
-15%
15,60 € / m

in stock 76.9 m

18,35 €/m

15,15 €/m without VAT

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Product description

Product description

This lightweight premium cotton fabric (100% organic cotton) has an easy-iron finish, making it perfect for dress shirts, blouses, tunics, summer dresses, and casual wear.

Poplin is a cotton fabric with a soft drape. It is densely woven and holds its shape well in gathered skirts and puffed sleeves, so it can be used for patterns with complex structuring. Easy to sew with. If used in lined garments, we recommend selecting the finest lining fabric possible, such as habotai or voile.

Easy iron

Because this fabric is easy-iron, it’s perfect for use in shirts and blouses. It wrinkles like any other cotton, but is easy to press or steam. Due to its higher thread count and the quality cotton used, it won’t shrink much; nevertheless it’s a good idea to wash it before sewing.

Traditional product

By purchasing this fabric you are supporting European textile traditions. It is printed with the latest technology by a Czech textile printer with a century-long history. If you are looking for a quality print for garment making, not just patchwork, you’ll love this material.

Limited edition

This pattern is part of a limited-edition collection of historical patterns from Sartor Bohemia (all rights reserved) and is produced in limited quantities. Don’t miss your chance to take some home, we may not have it in stock again.

Premium cotton poplin

  • Woven with very fine yarn
  • Higher thread count than any other poplin on the market
  • Quality cotton does not fray so fabric stays smooth
  • Latest printing technology
  • Top-quality, colorfast inks
  • Easy iron

We recommend this fabric for

  • Blouses
  • Shirts
  • Tunics
  • Summer dresses
  • Gathered skirts and sleeves
  • Structured garments

Viennese pattern in Biedermeier style

Bundles of wildflowers in muted tones of beige grace this pretty cotton poplin. Floral motifs were typical for the Biedermeier period. They pushed out the grandiose patterns of the Empire period with their depictions of scenes from Antiquity, bringing fashion down to a more intimate level. Dainty florals in a neutral color palette like this one were wildly popular in the 19th century and remain perennial favorites, coming back into fashion over and over again.

Biedermeier was the dominant decorative style of the respectable middle class in early-to-mid 19th century Vienna and German-speaking central Europe. It derives from the Empire style.

Where you might use Biedermeier prints

  • Biedermeier costuming, roughly 1815–1848
  • Other 19th century styles, from Regency to Victorian
  • Prairie style fashions
  • Contemporary design, to introduce a sense of grace, delicacy, and harmony
  • Any time you want to make a pretty blouse or dress

 

Care

Machine wash 40°C. Because this fabric is quite fine, use a lower spin cycle; gentle handling will prolong your fabric’s lifespan. Iron on cotton setting.

FAQ

Do your historical reproductions ever repeat?

Rarely! We produce reproductions of historical fabrics as limited editions. We want to guarantee a certain authenticity to all owners of historical costumes and decorations. We recommend that you buy these fabrics while they are in stock, as this is the only way to secure them for your project aside from custom ordering.

What is a limited edition?

Limited editions are fabrics of exceptional quality or patterns that have been designed and produced exclusively under the Sartor brand. As a rule, they do not repeat and are therefore only available while supplies last. Don't miss your chance to own a true original.

What is the smallest amount of fabric I can order?

The minimum fabric order is a length of 20 cm.

Are your historical reproductions suitable for modern use?

Of course! Historical patterns are characterized by high-quality aesthetic workmanship with an emphasis on elegance and harmony, which make them timeless works of art. They are suitable for modern interiors, where they bring an element of originality (try a picture, a pillow). In fashion, they excel in simple, even minimalist, garments, handbags and other accessories.

Do you ship abroad?

Yes. We ship worldwide. The price of shipping is automatically calculated at checkout before payment after you select the country of delivery and the preferred carrier. If you do not find your country in the dropdown list, please contact us. You will find a rough overview of shipping costs in our shipping and payment terms.

Should I pre-shrink fabric before sewing?

Generally, pre-shrinking is needed for linen, cotton, and rayon, but for finer fabrics (light rayon, Tencel and modal) proceed with care – don't use hot water or a hot iron, simply launder the fabric the way you will be laundering the completed garment.

Is your product assortment always the same?

Most of our fabrics are one-time offers that last until they are sold out. However, some more popular items are always restocked or can be ordered on request. As a rule, this applies to notions, where the selection is pretty consistent, but may also include some types of fabric. Look at the product's availability value – it shows whether the goods are available while supplies last, in the core inventory or in a seasonal collection.

What is a seasonal collection?

The goods in the seasonal collection come directly from our verified manufacturers. We change up the colors on offer from season to season but fabric quality is always constant. For large (wholesale) orders, colors that have been sold out can be reordered individually.

What is a limited edition?

Limited editions are fabrics of exceptional quality or patterns that have been designed and produced exclusively under the Sartor brand. As a rule, they do not repeat and are therefore only available while supplies last. Don't miss your chance to own a true original.

Do you ship abroad?

Yes. We ship worldwide. The price of shipping is automatically calculated at checkout before payment after you select the country of delivery and the preferred carrier. If you do not find your country in the dropdown list, please contact us. You will find a rough overview of shipping costs in our shipping and payment terms.

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