9.3 Oz White Cotton Canvas Fabric
- Product ID: 121708
- Content: 100% Cotton
- Width: 58/60"
Weight: 9.3 Oz Per Square Yard
- Common Uses: Apparel, Hats, Bags, Crafts, Aprons, & Home Décor such as Lightweight Upholstery & Furniture Covering
- Care: Dry Cleaning Recommended, Approximately 8% shrinkage
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 50 Yards,
when ordering more than 50 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
The possibilities are endless when you take a functional material like cotton canvas and mix it with a basic color like white. Cotton canvas comes in a wide variety of weights and styles, and is often seen as interchangeable with duck fabrics. Don't worry if you're not sure what you're looking for-grab a few samples to compare and contrast. This 9.3 oz cotton canvas is a great choice because it's right down the middle. It is durable and works hard, but it's also still flexible enough to be good for clothing applications. You can use it for jackets, aprons, hats, pants, uniforms, and more! It's also great for crafts, like reusable shopping totes or duffel bags. Or put it to work in the home by fashioning yourself a perfect slipcover for a tired old sofa. Throw on some nice canvas throw pillows in a different color to add a bit of character.
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Why did you choose this?
Would this be good for hand embroidery?
BEST ANSWER: I would only be guessing if I said 'yes', however, this is a sturdy fabric with a slightly loose weave making it easy to embroidery on. It is a sturdy fabric that I use to make sunhats. I have made pillows from other canvas of similar weight and found it to be easy to work with and durable.
Would I be able to machine embroider on this, or is it too heavy? I am making tote bags
BEST ANSWER: Should work fine
Is this fabric suitable for transfer photos?
BEST ANSWER: The fabric is substantial and has a rather textured surface. Although I am not particularly familiar with transferring photos onto fabric and what those requirements are, it seems a smoother surface might be a benefit. Perhaps one of the durable cotton/poly poplins?
will this fabric shrink?
BEST ANSWER: I haven’t tried washing it but I’ve had no problems
Are there similar fabrics that are preshrunk?
BEST ANSWER: Cotton twill has a different weave and is a bit lighter weight, but it is preshrunk.
Will the colors run when wet? I want to use this outdoors.
Can this fabric be used for draperies?
BEST ANSWER: I use the canvas to make hats because it is easy to work with and holds up in the long run. I've used it to recover a throw pillow. Depending on the look you want I don't see any reason you couldn't make draperies. It would have a nautical non-formal feel. I would suggest getting a sample before tacking draperies.
Is this James Thompson brand canvas?
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we are not able to release vendor information.
Would this white cotton be good for a tablecloth? I would first wash and shrink it, then hem it. Will it hold up to spot cleaning w/bleach, and just how wrinkled would it come out of the dryer? Decor is casual, so gentle wrinkles would be acceptable.
BEST ANSWER: This could work, you may also want to consider linen as it will have a nicer drape:
is this true crisp white or more ivory?
Fabric is nice weight and 60" wide ..washes great ..using for slipcovers
September 13, 2017
1 year ago
The fabric has great quality, weight and softness.
April 27, 2017
over 2 years ago
Would buy again
I am happy with the white duck fabric that I purchased from you. It frays quite a bit but this is my first sewing project so I have nothing to compare it with
February 19, 2019
4 months ago
I was pleased with all aspects of my purchase..the canvas was great. The price was right and delivery was prompt.
August 24, 2018
9 months ago
Satisfied with my purchase. Would buy again.
October 17, 2017
1 year ago