Little things can take the longest time, can’t they? I hadn’t done any P&Q while I was away in our caravan for the latest trek around the country. Time to get on with it. So I was cutting and snipping away at various pieces of ultra suede and ended up with two little bags full of pieces. I need to keep the “A” pieces separate from the “B” pieces so I don’t get muddled up. What do you think it is?
According to Mr Google "Ultrasuede" is the trade name for a synthetic microfiber fabric invented in 1970 by Dr. Miyoshi Okamoto, a scientist working for Toray Industries. It is often described as an artificial substitute for suede leather. The fabric is multifunctional: it can be used in fashion, interior decorating, vehicle upholstery, and handcrafts too of course.