Animal Print–Fabric Review

Some time ago, I signed up to become a product tester for MinervaCrafts, which is one of the largest online stores in the UK.  Ever so often they send me a new product that they sell on their website to test and give them my impressions in an attempt to make sure all the products they offer to their customer are of a good quality. 

For my second product testing (first one was a ironing sheet –link to review here) I was sent this lovely Animal print layered jersey. minerva fabric review I have got to say I was pleasantly surprised by how easy it was to handle this fabric. Also the mesh layer, although see through is lovely and soft against the skin. 

For more details about the fabric below is a link to my guest post on MinervaCrafts blog:

And here will be a link to my post about the pattern I used with this fabric. (I’ll have the article ready in a few days )

Disclaimer: I was sent the fabric free of charge in exchange of a review. The opinions in the review are my own and not influenced in any way by MinervaCrafts and/or the manufacturer.

Hope you enjoy the review and please share with MinervaCrafts blog readers  your projects if you use this fabric in your makes.

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