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Beatrix Potter - Her inspiration translated onto fabrics


The first part of the exclusive collection Stragier fabrics inspired by the works of Beatrix Potter!


For this first part, we have chosen three illustrations with the character Nutkin the squirrel.

Three cotton textures were chosen to accommodate these drawings:

Marshmallow Knit


A mellow knitted cotton with a fine and dense knit on the front and small loops on the back: very comfortable, it’s Stragier "Marshmallow" knit quality. 
We have printed it with a placed design! Each panel is 70cm by 170cm.
What's great is the width of the fabric, with very little you can make a lot. With one panel you can create clothing for children, with two panels clothing for adults.
You can use as many panels as you want depending on your project: With the width of the fabric, you can use 3 panels, line them with a cotton polar, or padding, to create a magnificent plaid.

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Nil Lawn


If you like wearing Liberty Tana Lawn fabrics, you are going to adore this one! The thread that is used to weave this fabric comes from a variety of cotton from Egypt: Gossypium Barbadense. The name of the quality of this fabric is a reference towards the majestic Egyptian river and at the same time the small stream of our hamlet Nil-Saint-Vincent: The Nil.
This beautiful fine cotton has been printed with a floral composition with which you can sew blouses, light dresses and even embroider smocks!

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Pure Cotton Twill


A cotton with a drape, not to fine, not to thick. A fine Twill printed in borders!
It was conceived to be used in the perpendicular direction instead of the traditional direction. To create dresses or skirts nicely designed in the bottom, small coats with subtle decorations… If you wish to create curtains for a child’s room, the fabric is ideal!


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Besides the quality of these fabrics, the icing on the cake, is the perfect combination you are going to be able to create with these three drawings. They are completely different but go together incredibly well!
A real invitation to creativity in the most noble way.