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  • Width: 137 cm
  • Pattern Repeat: 7.4 cm
  • Composition: 37% polyester, 47% viscose, 16% cotton cm
  • Suitable for: Curtains, cushions, throws, upholstery etc.
  • Washing: Dry clean only. Cool iron on the reverse.
  • Colours: BLACK
  • Styles: GEOMETRIC | PATTERN | VELVET
This Petrova fabric from Harlequin comes in a Ink and Sky blue colorway. It is a luxury textured velvet fabric with a beautiful and bold geometric design made up of diamond shapes.

This fabric can be used for upholstery when paired with a barrier cloth or fire-retardant backing.

While we try to ensure the colours depicted on the image are accurate, many factors such as lighting, monitor resolution and image quality make it almost impossible to represent colour to 100% accuracy.
  • PETROVA Curtain

  • HARLEQUIN

  • Colour: Ink/Sky

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  • Width: 137 cm
  • Pattern Repeat: 7.4 cm
  • Composition: 37% polyester, 47% viscose, 16% cotton cm
  • Suitable for: Curtains, cushions, throws, upholstery etc.
  • Washing: Dry clean only. Cool iron on the reverse.
  • Colours: BLACK
  • Styles: GEOMETRIC | PATTERN | VELVET
This Petrova fabric from Harlequin comes in a Ink and Sky blue colorway. It is a luxury textured velvet fabric with a beautiful and bold geometric design made up of diamond shapes.

This fabric can be used for upholstery when paired with a barrier cloth or fire-retardant backing.

While we try to ensure the colours depicted on the image are accurate, many factors such as lighting, monitor resolution and image quality make it almost impossible to represent colour to 100% accuracy.