59" Bleached Muslin Fabric
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59" Bleached Muslin Fabric

Product ID: BLEA59

$4.25 per Yard

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  • Content: 100% Cotton
  • Width: 59"
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Thread Count: 68 x 68

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Patricia N on Aug 16, 2018
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Julie G on Apr 24, 2018
Wedding Decor Back drop
Patricia N on Aug 16, 2018
lining for project
Mary P on May 22, 2018
Tea Towels
Julie G on Apr 24, 2018
I am going to make bedroom curtains with muslin.
Laura B on Mar 1, 2018
Looking for lightweight inexpensive curtain material for an old cabin in the woods
Debra G on Feb 23, 2018
Classroom quilt project.
Kendra S on Feb 20, 2018
Quality and price
Chris M on Jan 28, 2018
Always good to have muslin on hand.
Charlene M on Dec 28, 2017
I chose this item because I use a lot of it in my sewing business. I really liked the price plus the 10% off!
BARBARA O on Oct 23, 2017
for sound panels
jonathan v on Sep 3, 2017
Costume draping
MARJEAN M on Aug 15, 2017
Lining for curtains
SUSAN M on Jun 11, 2017
I used it for lining in costumes.
JANET H on Jun 3, 2017
This is the closest width to upholstery (home dec.) fabric. I use muslin to upholster furniture I wish to sell for reupholstery. Letting the customer see the finished product, using a less expensive covering.
John F on May 30, 2017
backing for burlap material for curtains for a " country/rustic bedroom remodel.
Jody L on Apr 18, 2017
I love to draw and use fabric paint to create usable art. Muslim is a perfect canvas for me.
Starla W on Apr 7, 2017
This fabric is perfect for our church quilts that measure 56" x 72".
Marilyn B on Mar 13, 2017
Delicate white skirts with built in petticoat.
LATASHA C on Feb 4, 2017
I make quilts. I use muslin for the backings. I've found it very satisfactory and long lasting, while being aable to sew. I do all my work by hand.
Frances F on Jan 31, 2017
I need an inexpensive muslin to experiment with for a jacket I am creating with shibori-dyed fabric. This seems perfect - good width, great price.
SUSANNE Y on Oct 21, 2016
lining for project
Mary P on May 22, 2018
I am going to make bedroom curtains with muslin.
Laura B on Mar 1, 2018
Would this fabric be good to line linen drapes? Thank you.
A shopper on Oct 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this can be used to line drapes. You might also want to check out our drapery linings. They have different properties, like insulation and resistance to sun, moisture, stains, and creasing. If you want something that looks similar to muslin, but has these extra benefits, Roclon Rain N Stain Drapery Lining would be a good choice. There are many other choices as well:
Roclon Rain No Stain White Drapery Lining Fabric
Roclon Rain No Stain White Drapery Lining Fabric
Would this fabric work for sewing some dish towels for Christmas?
A shopper on Aug 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Muslin is a thin fabric. I make quilts and it is very good for both quilt backings and quilt block pieces. I personally would not consider it suitable for any type of towel. If you used it to dry dishes, it would be soaking wet in a very very short time. I love this fabric, I recently used it for my grandson's wedding gift. But a more suitable fabric for nice dish towels would be some light weight linen.
Would this be good for kitchen curtains?
A shopper on Feb 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it would work nicely for curtains. Very good quality muslin.
Is this a permanent press fabric? Need to know since that doesn't dye well.
Alise S on Nov 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No this is not a permanent press fabric.
I need lining for girls dresses, both on bodice and skirt. Would this be soft enough?
A shopper on Oct 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I used it for a small quilt back. It has good body, and would be very soft after washing I'm sure. It was good quality.


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Great muslin
I use this for quilt backing. 5 yards is sufficient for a queen size quilt. Easy to quilt. Not too thick, but just the right weight for long lasting wuilts and easy stitching. I do all my work by hand.
February 21, 2017
1 year ago
A very nice weight for tie-dying.
I've been experimenting with different types of muslin for tie-dying. This was the best! A bit heavier weight, which gives a bit of bite for the dye. While unbleached gives dark colors a nice base, bleached makes all colors stand up clear & strong. When I'm ready to back my quilt, I'll get this in a wider width.
June 10, 2018
4 months ago