In my efforts to find some images of RTW sheath dresses and skirts of lace overlay, I found that Mood also sells this same exact fabric, in more colors! Grey, royal, pea, and I can't tell if it's white or the ivory I bought...
From the Mood website:
This is heavy weight boiled wool with a black lace laminate, making a reversible fabric.
Content: Nylon-15%, Viscose-50%, Wool-30%
From the Haberman's website:
A soft, medium weight boiled wool with black lace attached to one side.
Color(s): Lime Green, Black
Fiber: 30% Wool, 50% Viscose, 15% Nylon
Care: Dry Clean
Recommended for: coating, dresses, handbags, jackets, skirts, totes
Detailed descriptions are mandatory for me when buying (expensive) fabric online, and I find the differing opinions of medium or heavy weight interesting...
Thanks to all the responses on my last post, its so nice to know that I am not alone in talking/listening to the fabric!
I've definitely narrowed down my choices to skirt or dress, and am leaning toward dress. Making the most of the yardage I bought is important to me, although I did consider splitting it, keeping 3/4 yd for a skirt and selling 3/4 yd to one of you. Maybe.
Last question: When you are torn on how to use a fabric, how do you decide? Do you drape your dress form, like me? Do you search the Internet for similar images? Ask your Facebook friends?