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Atelier Brunette

Jaan Pecan Pie

Regular price $26.00 per yard
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Description: Lightweight and soft double gauze cotton with an embroidered flourish. 

Recommended for: Blouses, pajamas and dresses

Skill: Advanced

Fiber: 100% Cotton

Roll: 140 cm or 55" wide

Weight: 140 gsm or 4.13 oz.

Thread: Gutermann Sew-All Thread in Goldstone #875

Sustainability: Standard 100 Oeko-Tex and Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) certified

Designed in France | Made in India

Care instructions per manufacturer

always test wash and care instructions on a small fabric swatch

  • Cold wash delicate, do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry

Try with

We've selected the following patterns to pair with our Cotton Voile Collection.

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ZW Tier Dress BY Birgitta Helmersson

Size: Hip 34"-60"
Skill: Advanced beginner
Skill: Intermediate

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The Honey by Merchant and Mills

Size: UK: 6 - 28
Skill: Intermediate
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Lyra by Tilly and the Buttons

Size: UK 6-34 | US 2-30
Skill: Intermediate

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S9921 by Simplicity

Size: 8 - 26
Skill: Easy

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 Versa Pants by Puff and Pencil

Size: XXS-XXL
Skill: Not Indicated

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Catriona Pattern Collection by Fabrics-Store

Size: 2 - 24
Skill: Intermediate

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Jane Dress by Marsha Style

Size: 2 - 30
Skill: Advanced beginner

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For more pattern recommendations check out our pinterest page.

For inspiration in ready to wear visit here.

 

Sewing Tips

Wash and dry your fabric before cutting.  

Cotton gauze is meant to have a billowy surface, pressing the fabric before cutting risks flattening and spreading the fabric which could effect the sizing. Instead lay flat after drying to prevent wrinkles and cut as is.

Do not skip the staystitching! Staystitching stabilizes, curved, and bias cut fabric in place before sewing.

Pin often! Pining will help keep the layers from shifting as you sew. Also consider using a walking foot.

When pressing seams be mindful that the the fabric will flatten and spread. Try using a roller to press seams.

Cotton gauze will easily fray so be mindful not to over handle the fabric. Finish your seams with a serger, zig zag or try a french seam.