Fabric Options for the Charlie Caftan Pattern

July 4, 2017   /   byHeather Lou  / Categories :  Feeds
Charlie Caftan Fabric Options // Closet Case Patterns

Hey there! Today I want to talk fabric for our new Charlie Caftan Pattern. Thankfully you have a lot of options to choose from. The shorter versions (particularly the pleated view) hold up well with fabrics with a little body and substance. I love the mini in medium weight linen, double gauze and cottons like chambray and voile. I think the maxi looks best with a little drape and swish, so I recommend soft, fluid fabrics like silk (chiffon, charmeuse, noil or crepe will work), rayon challis and tencel. Cotton and linen can work as well, but I would try to stick to lighter-weight options so the skirt doesn’t feel too stiff.

I had a lot of fun choosing fabrics for our samples. In the end I managed to use our studio stash for almost everything (that almostĀ never happens!) but I did spend a lot of time online looking for viable options. In keeping with with the styling suggestions I made last week, here are some favourites.

MINIMALIST NEUTRALS

BOLD SOLIDS

DRAMATIC PRINTS

What are you planning to use to make your Charlie?

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