Tablecloth in typical Egyptian 80% cotton - 20% polyester. 132 gr/m² (about 200 gr/m)
This simple tablecloth is a service on the purchase of available fabrics coupons here:
These are charged 10 Euros plus the price of the fabric.
Example: the tablecloth pictured here used 248 cm of fabric. Price of the fabric: 27,28 Euros. Price: 10 Euros. Total of the proposed simple tablecloth: 37.28 Euros.
Is it you idea to recycle this fabric will not scruples into curtains, draperies, cushions covers. You can also incorporate it in the manufacture of bags of any kind and in clothing.
Finally, use is unlimited in the art of patchwork.
I realize a hem on both widths so you can immediately usable product. Both hand fringed white bands and side of the fabric (photo 3) are preserved. Each of these non dyed bands is 6 cm. The printed part so 138 cm wide.
The fabric is always cut patterns. Your tablecloths always end by the same pattern on both sides.
I take 8-10 cm to make the hems.
Tablecloths lengths are the main design feature. I never cut in the middle of a pattern.
-52 cm table runner includes a main pattern
-Tablecloth small 114 cm: 2 main pattern
-176 cm: 3 main pattern tablecloth
-238 cm: 4 main pattern tablecloth
-300 cm: 5 main pattern tablecloth
-362 cm: 6 main pattern tablecloth
-Tablecloth 424 main patterns 7 cm
This fabric does not fade, prefer an iron on reverse.
Everything started a crush on these fabrics used in Egypt during the celebrations: weddings, festivals, Ramadan, inaugurations.
I buy my fabrics in a neighborhood in old Cairo called "khayameya". Khayameya is an Arabic word meaning "tent". Around these tents embellishment art developed over the millennia using patchwork technique. This technique (called "in applied") sew on a plain fabric pieces of colorful fabrics to achieve a geometric pattern. Patterns printed on the fabric featured here are fully traditional patchwork patterns made by artisans. Today, the term "khayameya". refers to hangings in patchwork, an artisan mastering this craftsmanship, a district of Cairo and fabrics printed in the same spirit: the street "khayameya".
To see these stunning curtains, visit my website couleursdunil.fr in the section "Applique - khayameya".