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6th Doctor's Coat Lining fabric by bonnie_phantasm on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

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NOTE: Not recommended for use on even slightly textured walls. For children’s rooms, we recommend buying our Smooth wallpaper.

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Vertical: 1
Total: $0.00
On Basic Cotton Ultra per yard $ In stock

By Bonnie Phantasm

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This is a reproduction of the design that was used on the lining of the 6th Doctor's coat.

This design is a reproduction of the design that was used on the lining of the 6th Doctor's coat.
If you want a "natural" fabric, I do strongly suggest to order this design printed on either Cotton Silk (since that is shiny and drapes well!) or on the Organic Cotton Sateen (which is a bit less shiny and really should just be a secondary choice!).
If you can "live" with having a polyester lining, I would highly recommend the Silky Faille - the colors print absolutely brilliant on that fabric, it has a slight sheen (not shiny like satin; more subtle) and withstands machine washing extremely well.

The original lining is an ombré-dyed moiré taffeta; probably woven with either two different fibers (like silk and rayon) and then dyed with fiber reactive dyes (one - black - for one of them; then the ombré look is just dyed to the other fiber) - or instead of using two different fibers in the weave, it could also have been woven with a 'black and white' moiré structure to begin with and *then* ombré dyed.
A burn test of the fibers in the original lining fabric would give the ultimate answer which of those methods was used to create the original fabric; but then again, who has a piece of that fabric to unravel and burn the fibers? *lol*

Of course printing will never be able to imitate a true moiré weave (since that would be somewhat "iridescent" along the moiré weave); but it will look acceptable as a reproduction if printed on the more shiny cotton silk.

In case you would like to order this design at a different scale or in different colors, all it takes to make that happen at no additional costs is to send me a message :-)
Please also have a look at my other 'blue box' themed designs in the collection which I set up for them!

If you were always wondering how different colors print on the various fabrics that Spoonflower offers, please do have a look at my website where I have quite a few comprehensive photos of color swatches printed on various fabrics!

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bonnie_phantasm says: Yes - if you can stand having polyester as lining, the "Silky Faille" is perfect. The colors print ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT (way more brilliant than on the cotton silk!), and it withstands machine washing without problems. Hope that helps :-)

Posted over 2 years ago.


laain says: Since Cotton Silk doesn't seem to be available is there any other fabrics you'd recommend besides the Organic Cotton Sateen?

Posted over 2 years ago.


theumpteenthdoctor says:

theumpteenthdoctor uploaded a fabric image for bonnie_phantasm's design 6th Doctor's Coat Lining :


Posted about 4 years ago.