1940s/1950s "Thick & Thin" Tropical Rayon
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- Era: 1940s-early 1950s
- Suggested Era Use: 1940s-1950s
- Material: Rayon
- Colors: Aqua, Purple, White, Green
- Selvage: Intact
- Brand/Marks: None. I couldn't find an exact source for this fabric, but I did find a fabric in the Sears 1950 Spring catalog that definitely would be its sibling.
Measurements: 36" x 4 yards (+ 1/2 yard that has holes and hasn't been included in yardage).
Condition: Excellent/Good Other than the holes mentioned above, no issues to note.
While this isn't the original description, here is a Sears listing from 1950 that nails this weave:
One of fashion's favorites for spring and summer-1950. Because fashion stylists are featuring 'interesting texture" in their creations, this nubby rayon Fairloom fabric is soaring to new prominence. It has the yard crisp look of linen, plus the rough texture of nubby rayon. Softness and fineness of the yarns result in smooth, graceful folds. use it for dressy as well as tailored clothes. Light in weight, cool, and comfortable for the hottest weather.
Especially easy to launder. Hand wash separately. Rich colors retain their beauty.