Friday, 16 May 2014

Fabric Friday - Crombie coat lining

Last week on Fabric Friday I showed you THE midnight blue wool fabric used to make Peter Capaldi’s Crombie-style coat.

Well this week I bring you the rest of the coat!

And if last week I shook things up a little - this week I’m gonna rock it!

This is the lining to the coat.

No - really - this IS the lining. Instead of being a plain red silk as it might appear, it actually has a subtly woven pattern in red and NAVY BLUE.

If you look VERY closely on the official publicity still of the costume you can just see that there is a grid pattern in the fabric.


From what I have established, the lining is pure silk, woven in Italy and is long discontinued. The bolt of fabric bought by the BBC was the last available from the supplier used. It may still be in stock at other suppliers, but as yet I haven’t found anywhere that carries it.


My friend James would SO love to get his hands on this!

1 comment:

  1. Hi, long time lurker here. I love your blogs.
    I found new shots of Capaldi and his costume, featured in the 2015 Doctor Who calendar through an article here.

    http://news.whoviannet.co.uk/2014/05/new-photos-of-the-twelfth-doctor-on-merchandise/

    I hope this can help you on this blog.

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