- Content: 100% Polyester
- Width: 60"
- Care: Washable
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 30 Yards,
when ordering more than 30 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
Hunter Green Panne Velvet is a plush fabric that has a luxurious look and feel. Panne velvet can be used for throw pillows, event decorations, crafts, and more.
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Why did you choose this?
Will this work for the back of a quilt?
BEST ANSWER: This velvet would likely be difficult to work with as a quilt backing, especially because it is stretchy. Velveteen is easier to work with and it would give a similar feel, though it's not as lustrous as velvet. Minky is also a popular choice.
Is the fabric heavy? Is the wrong side shiny? Thanks
BEST ANSWER: The fabric is not heavy and as far as I can remember, the wrong side was not shiny. We used the fabric for 3 Fiona costumes for the musical Shrek. Looked great on stage and not too heavy so the actresses didn’t sweat to death in them. Moved very nicely, too!
Would this type of velvet be appropriate for a large, floor length dress? or should i use a different type of velvet?
BEST ANSWER: Yes. That is what i used it for and it turned out beautifully. Its a bit thin so you will need to use something under it or double up the fabric.
Does this stretch?
BEST ANSWER: stretchy yes
Would this fabric be good for an aisle at an outdoor wedding as long as it is held down with rocks, weights, or stakes of some kind?
BEST ANSWER: This fabric is pretty thin, so it might not be durable enough. But for a one time use it might be OK, depending on what surface it's on. Soft ground or grass probably wouldn't work.
COULD THIS BE USED FOR A BLANKET THROW AND IS IT THE SAME ON BOTH SIDES OF THE FABRIC?
BEST ANSWER: It is not the same on both sides. It's pretty thin, but may work if you sew two layers together. We recommend ordering a sample to be sure that it will work for your project.
could this be good for cloaks?
BEST ANSWER: Yes, but it is a lightweight fabric, so you might want to consider lining it. We recommend ordering a sample to be sure that it will work for your project.
Would this be suitable to use for long panels (curtains) to block off light from an indirect source?
BEST ANSWER: While you could technically use this apparel fabric for drapes, the only way to guarantee that light will be completely blocked is to add a blackout lining. If you don't need total blackout, ordering a sample would be your best bet to see first hand how much light will show through this velvet. Here is our selection of blackout lining fabric:
I hope to use this for an unlined Professor McGonagall cape/gown. Would this weight be suitable? Only the yoke area and collar would be lined.
Will the fabric come soon?
SUPER DEAL - GREAT COLOR, GREAT PRICE
i WAS PLEASED WITH ENTIRE ORDER & EXCELLENT SHIPPING - DEFINITELY GOING BACK FOR MORE FABRICS
September 19, 2017
1 year ago