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Topic: Irridescent Tricot Fabric?  (Read 691 times)
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« on: January 27, 2006 09:08:49 AM »

Anyone know what I am talking about here? This is what I have been told it is called, but I am not positive. I have been searching for this stuff for a while, it is essentially a 'papery' material that is irridescant on one side, and sort of... plain, woven, rough cotton ( > ) material on the other side. It comes in various colours.

For kids of the 80's, rainbow brite's dress was made out of this (the shiny blue stuff), and various she-ra dolls had things made out of this, like she-ra and frosta's cape. Anyhow, I have been looking and looking for this  stuff, does anyone know of a store that has it in stock? Most fabric stores stare at me blankly (well, the staff, not the actual stores  Cheesy) and know nothing about this stuff...

Help?
thanks !

Cyn
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« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2006 12:36:35 PM »

maybe try Dressew downtown? they have lots of vinyl-y type stuff (in the downstairs part!), they may have it?
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