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Chunky Cuff Cotton Ribbing Double Sided White Stripes Green

£3.80 £4.00

This unique fabric or ribbing is ideal for finishing your garments. It is a true deadstock designer material so we will not be able to re-order and we might have limited stock available. Grab some of of this amazing material while you can because when it's gone, it's really gone! Very limited stock of this one.

It is sold in 14cm increments so if you buy multiple units, we will send continuous whenever possible so you can make a stripes chunky ribbed jumper for example. The cutting line is the thinner line you can see.

It can be used either side, if you prefer with stripes or plain colour.

Unlike the other tubular ribbings that we sell, this one is quite a generous width of 90cm and it comes rolled on a bolt. You might use this to create unique cuffs, collars or other finishing details on something like a jumper or a dress. The given width is the overall as a tube. If you were to cut the tube open it would be approx. twice the given width.

We also stock this fabrics ribbing in another colour: Navy

This fabric is a true deadstock designer material so we will not be able to re-order and we might have limited stock available. Grab some of of this amazing material while you can because when it's gone, it's really gone! Very limited stock of this one.


Composition: 95%CO/5%EL
Width: 90cm selvedge to selvedge
Weight: 517g/sq.m 
Stretch: 70%
Main Colour: Green
Vertical Repeat: N/A
Horizontal Repeat: N/A

This fabric is a true deadstock designer material so we will not be able to re-order and we might have limited stock available. Grab some of of this amazing material while you can because when it's gone, it's really gone! Very limited stock of this one.

What is True Deadstock and ex Designer fabric? In case you are unfamiliar with what Deadstock fabric is, here's a little info: Deadstock fabric refers to material that was produced by a textile mill or manufacturer for a particular project or customer, but ultimately goes unsold and unused. This can happen for a variety of reasons, such as overproduction, canceled orders, or design changes. Rather than being discarded or destroyed, the fabric is sold to third-party vendors or resellers who then sell it to consumers or other businesses.

Deadstock fabric is often sought after by designers and makers in the fashion industry because it can be a sustainable and ethical option of producing small batches of products or creating a unique handmade wardrobe. By using deadstock fabric, designers can reduce their environmental impact by avoiding new fabric production and also minimise textile waste. Deadstock fabrics can be limited in quantity, making them unique and adding exclusivity to products made from them.




We try to produce accurate images. You will often see the fabric with a ruler along the bottom and this is an actual scan to demonstrate the scale of the fabric print/design, shown in centimetres. With any image, the colours can vary from screen to screen. If you would like to match particular fabrics with threads, trims or other materials then please get in touch and we are happy to help.