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LOT OF 2 x Designer's Guild Pavilion Collection ORANIENBAUM F1684/04 Rose 100% Silk Pink White Daisies 24" x 23" + 23" x 17" Cushion Craft

LOT OF 2 x Designer's Guild Pavilion Collection ORANIENBAUM F1684/04 Rose 100% Silk Pink White Daisies 24" x 23" + 23" x 17" Cushion Craft

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Overview

  • Craft type: Quilting, Sewing, Upholstery
  • Length: 24 Inches
  • Width: 23 Inches
  • Primary fabric: Shantung & dupioni
  • Pattern: Floral
  • Primary fiber: Silk
  • Favorited by: 2 people
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DESIGNER'S GUILD ~ from The Pavilion Collection
2 x SILK FABRIC SAMPLES – "ORANIENBAUM" 100% silk

ORANIENBAUM - F1684/04
SHADE: ROSE
1 Piece 24" x 23" (61cm x 58.5cm)
1 Piece 23" x 17" (58.5cm x 43cm) this piece has backing paper (see below)

Printed silk fabric from The Pavilion Collection, pretty white floral daisies with metallic gold accents and grey leaves, on a rose-pink shot-silk coloured background. Most accurate colour match is the last photo.

Original retail £112 per mtr. Now discontinued and hard to find.
Ideal for cushion craft and quilting

OBSERVATIONS: The smaller sample has been removed from its original sample book mounting. There are paper edges on three of the reverse sides, which prevent the fabric from fraying. There is a 1" paper edge to the side edges on the reverse side, with a larger 3" paper edge to the top edge which states the pattern name and composition, etc (see last photo).

TIPS FOR REMOVING THE BACKING PAPER: Some of the backing papers come away very easily but others require a little more attention. With those ones I usually find it is best to lay the fabric down on a flat surface with the paper side facing you. I then run my nail very gently under the edge of the paper, working it loose until I can fit my finger under. Once I can fit my finger under, then I hold the paper up gently with one hand and then slowly push my finger along the flat surface of the fabric, which will help to push the paper up and separate it from the fabric. I keep working my way along the entire edge of the fabric in this way. Don't be tempted to just pull the paper up or it is likely to simply tear. The best way to achieve a clean removal is to get your finger underneath and work it loose that way. I have also found that with any particularly stubborn edges using a warm iron can help to soften.
DESIGNER'S GUILD ~ from The Pavilion Collection
2 x SILK FABRIC SAMPLES – "ORANIENBAUM" 100% silk

ORANIENBAUM - F1684/04
SHADE: ROSE
1 Piece 24" x 23" (61cm x 58.5cm)
1 Piece 23" x 17" (58.5cm x 43cm) this piece has backing paper (see below)

Printed silk fabric from The Pavilion Collection, pretty white floral daisies with metallic gold accents and grey leaves, on a rose-pink shot-silk coloured background. Most accurate colour match is the last photo.

Original retail £112 per mtr. Now discontinued and hard to find.
Ideal for cushion craft and quilting

OBSERVATIONS: The smaller sample has been removed from its original sample book mounting. There are paper edges on three of the reverse sides, which prevent the fabric from fraying. There is a 1" paper edge to the side edges on the reverse side, with a larger 3" paper edge to the top edge which states the pattern name and composition, etc (see last photo).

TIPS FOR REMOVING THE BACKING PAPER: Some of the backing papers come away very easily but others require a little more attention. With those ones I usually find it is best to lay the fabric down on a flat surface with the paper side facing you. I then run my nail very gently under the edge of the paper, working it loose until I can fit my finger under. Once I can fit my finger under, then I hold the paper up gently with one hand and then slowly push my finger along the flat surface of the fabric, which will help to push the paper up and separate it from the fabric. I keep working my way along the entire edge of the fabric in this way. Don't be tempted to just pull the paper up or it is likely to simply tear. The best way to achieve a clean removal is to get your finger underneath and work it loose that way. I have also found that with any particularly stubborn edges using a warm iron can help to soften.

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