Sandwashed Cupro - Sage

$28.00 USD / yard($14.00 USD / half-yard)
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Sandwashed Cupro - Sage - Swatch

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This cupro blend is a textile lover’s dream. Similar in hand and feel to sandwashed silk, we love its ethereal floatiness and elegant drape. With a soft, sueded texture and slight sheen, it's an absolute joy to handle and wear. Produced from regenerated cellulose fibre from cotton waste, cupro is breathable and regulates temperature like classic cotton. Use it for any lightweight garment, from floaty dresses, blouses, wide-legged pants and lingerie. Fully opaque, no lining is needed for this fabric.

53in / 135 cm
110 gsm / 3.2 oz/yd²
60% Cupro, 40% Rayon
Pantone Colour
18-0516 TCX
Completely Opaque
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Oeko-Tex Certified Mill

This fabric was made in a closed loop process in a mill with Oeko-Tex certification, which means it was processed without the use of harmful chemicals, dyes, or finishes, and all fibres come from textile waste. With Oeko-Tex certified textiles, you can rest easy knowing your health and comfort is never at risk.

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Cupro produced in a closed-loop system

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Care Instructions


Always pretreat fabric before sewing to remove chemical sizing and prepare for sewing! We recommend washing and drying fabric in the same way you intend to wash your finished garment. Separate brights as some dyes and prints may run the first few washes. Cupro has a tendency to shrink quite a bit, so we suggest washing at least once to remove as much shrinkage before sewing.

Long-Term Care

Wash in cool water on the delicate cycle, and line dry or tumble dry on low. Finished garments should be hand washed with cool water to ensure minimal shrinkage.

Fabric Tips

Use a medium iron when pressing cupro. Take your time when cutting out your fabric as cupro can be a bit shifty. Use a rotary cutter and cut on the flat when possible.

Shipping & Returns

From our studio in beautiful Montreal, Canada, we are delighted to ship to makers worldwide. Shipping is free on U.S. and Canadian orders over $150. U.S. and Canadian orders ship in 3-7 business days, and international orders take between 12-40 days.

We are committed to investing in sustainability initiatives to counteract the environmental impact of shipping. We offset our carbon footprint by contributing funds to forest conservation projects for every package shipped.

We leave a 36 hour buffer before shipping to allow for cancelled orders. Once your order is cut, it is final. For more questions on shipping and returns, consult our Shipping & Returns FAQ.

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Dorota @librarianka
Beautiful dusty rose colour

I love the colour of this pretty fabric. Now that I made a dress with it I have some mixed feelings. It does look gorgeous however it’s not that easy to sew fue to it stickiness factor, it doesn’t move smoothly under the needle. Another point is that it’s extremely wrinkly, as I finished ironing the dress, new wrinkles appeared out of nowhere even before I put it on, just from handling the fabric. Any tips of keeping it less wrinkly would be appreciated.

Kristina Hagan

Bought this to make a dress for one of my daughters for family pictures! Can’t wait to sew with it!

Liz Gossard
Lovely, but...

This IS lovely fabric but, I found it a little tricky to work with. I'm not a beginner; I'd call myself intermediate. I'm rating this four instead of five because after reading so many glowing reviews I decided I had to have this fabric, but I also want to let potential buyers know what to expect. (After working with it I went back and re-read the reviews and discovered many of the reviewers had not actually sewn it up yet.) It is slippery- no problem. I straightened the grain and pinned the fabric to paper to cut out. It wrinkles easily but irons well - with a press cloth and mid temp iron. It has no ease what so ever, so attaching the collar on the shirt I made was tedious. I think if you choose your pattern wisely and you are patient and meticulous you'll be rewarded with a lovely garment. I made the Style Arc Monty shirt but I don't think it was the best pairing; the simpler the pattern the better. I see they recommend the CC Amy jumpsuit which would be a great choice

"Sandwashed" Cupro'

Deep Ocean is such a gorgeous color! The fabric is soft and drapes beautifully. Can't wait to finish the blouse I have planned for it.

Julia Rhodes
So beautiful!

Cupro is a dream to sew with and comfortable to wear. I made a bias skirt and I love it!

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