1" Natural Cotton Webbing
- Product ID: 7L-1NT75-02
- Content: 100% Cotton
- Width: 1"
- Thickness: 0.0629"
Weight: 0.64 Oz Per Yard
Breaking Strength: 190 lbs
- Features: Lightweight, Durable, Hard-wearing, High Strength
- Common Uses: Apparel, Belts & Trim, Sporting Goods, Luggage & Accessory Straps, Pet & Equestrian, Outdoor & Nautical
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 50 Yards,
when ordering more than 50 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
This natural cotton webbing is 1 inch wide and is perfect for bags and belts. Because it’s 100% cotton, this webbing feels comfortable compared to other types of webbing, yet it’s also durable. The natural color makes it particularly popular for canvas bags and tote bag handles.
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Why did you choose this?
Would this be good to use for toddler/kid aprons for around the neck and waist?
BEST ANSWER: I don't think this would be the best product for that use. It is too thick and bulky at 1" to go around a child's neck and cannot be tied into a bow, around a waist. It's a great product, just not for this type of use.
Do you sell the cotton webbing by the roll?
BEST ANSWER: We offer quantity discounts for large amounts of webbing, see the above pricing for more information. If you require a particularly large order, please contact customer service.
Would this be good for making dog collars? It would be covered with material.
BEST ANSWER: Yes, although the polypropylene or nylon webbing would be more durable. If the fabric you're covering it with is durable, the cotton webbing is fine. For more info on webbing check out this page: www.onlinefabricstore.net/makersmill/webbing/
Great for tote handles!
Nice quality and the perfect width for handles for totes or casserole covers.
August 25, 2018
over 3 years ago
December 28, 2018
5 months ago
Great product! Exactly what I was looking for and such a great price!
May 28, 2017
over 2 years ago