Saturday, 14 January 2017

Tennant Coat self-striped lining -

Fashions go in phases and I’ve recently noticed a steady decline in interest in the Tenth Doctor’s coat.

As I haven’t been commissioned to make one for quite a while now, and I have been focusing on a number of other projects which MORE than keep me busy, I’ve decided for the first time to make my renowned screen-accurate self-striped lining available to buy by the metre!

Made from 100% viscose, it’s 1.5 metres (60 inches) wide and in the authentic deep navy colour with a woven double self-stripe, just like the real thing as seen in Louise Page’s swatch sample book which she took to Gallifrey One a few years back.

I’m asking £25 per metre, and I would recommend getting three metres to comfortably line a Tennant coat.

As you can see, it’s difficult to tell the difference between the real coat and one lined with the fabric I had made!
Louise was suitably impressed when she saw it first hand.
If you are interested, I’d recommend getting your order in sooner rather than later, as once the cloth is gone, I am unlikely to get it rewoven as costs have soared since it was woven in 2012.

The self-Striped lining is

available at £25 per metre.
UK shipping is £10 by Special Delivery,
and overseas is £30 by next-day FedEx.
Message me at 
to place your order.

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