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Hanes White Napped Sateen Drapery Lining Fabric
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Hanes White Napped Sateen Drapery Lining Fabric

Product ID: 23402

$7.15 per Yard

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Details

  • Manufacturer: Hanes
  • Content: 100% Cotton
  • Width: 54"
  • Finish: Napped
  • Care: Dry Cleaning Recommended
  • Weight: 6.5 Oz Per Square Yard
  • Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 70 Yards, when ordering more than 70 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.

Napped sateen drapery lining adds volume to draperies without the need for interlining.

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for window treatment
LOUISE D on Oct 17, 2018
It's a beautiful lining for roman shades or fabrics that need a little extra "body". Also eliminates the bulk of using interlining when needed. Saves money and time!!!
ELIZABETHANN R on Jan 19, 2018
for window treatment
LOUISE D on Oct 17, 2018
I operate a professional workroom and this lining is great for drapes that normally require interlining. It provides a fuller look without the extra step of adding interlining. Saves time and money.
DEANNA M on Feb 5, 2018
It's a beautiful lining for roman shades or fabrics that need a little extra "body". Also eliminates the bulk of using interlining when needed. Saves money and time!!!
ELIZABETHANN R on Jan 19, 2018
I like the body it gives to drapes, especially silks.
DEBORAH M on May 17, 2017
needed for a roman shade job
RUBY R on May 5, 2017
I know this is a good lining.
MARION C on Mar 16, 2017
excellent for lining roman shades
Marion S on Nov 1, 2016
I operate a professional workroom and this lining is great for drapes that normally require interlining. It provides a fuller look without the extra step of adding interlining. Saves time and money.
DEANNA M on Feb 5, 2018
I like the body it gives to drapes, especially silks.
DEBORAH M on May 17, 2017
I'd like to use this to omit an interlining. I live in a cold climate, will it still do the job of being insulating?
A shopper on Jul 22, 2017
Which side goes toward the fabric- the napped or smooth? Instinct tells me the napped to the fabric(enclosed) and the smooth to the window-side. Does that make sense? Please advise at your convenience. Thanks!
Kyle N on Nov 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, though there isn't a right or wrong way to use it, it's most common to put the napped side on the inside, away from the window.

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My favorite Lining
This is my favorite lining to use for everything. It adds some weight and thickness to drapes without having to use interlining. Because of it's thickness it helps block enough light that your pattern on the fabric doesn't bleed out (like on patterned linens) but light still comes through. Makes poly silks and other lightweight fabrics look luxurious.
December 26, 2016
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over 3 years ago