Ivory Polyester Linen Fabric
- Product ID: VLN128
- Content: 100% Polyester
- Width: 57/58"
- Care: Washable
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 25 Yards,
when ordering more than 25 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
Ivory Polyester Linen offers everything you ever wanted out of linen. It's not made of flax, cotton, or some other natural material. It's 100% polyester, and proud of it! With a durable, open weave that allows under laying colors to just peep through, the aesthetic aspect of this fabric is undeniable. The texture is lovely, offering loads of character without being rough. It's wonderful for tablecloths, skirts, and runners, as well as other decorative touches around the house. It can be used in the sewing room or in the craft room--Polyester Linen has such dimension, it's easy to get carried away! From window treatments to trim, it can be used in all the right places to make your dreams become reality. Enjoy it's durability and washability, and let the fun begin!
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Why did you choose this?
What is the width of this fabric?
Is this suitable for napkins ? Thanks
BEST ANSWER: You could make napkins with this poly linen, just keep in mind that they aren't as absorbent as 100% linen.
What lining would you pair with this for drapery panels?
BEST ANSWER: It depends on what features you want the drapery lining to have. They can be light filtering or blackout. Some are more insulating than others and some are more water repellant than others. With this Ivory Polyester Linen, a light to medium weight lining would work best. See this article for more information on choosing drapery lining: www.onlinefabricstore.net/makersmill/how-to-pick-drapery-lining/
is this upholstery grade?
BEST ANSWER: It's considered to be drapery grade. This fabric is suitable for lightweight upholstery applications. We do not recommend it for use on heavily used items.
Would this do well for pillows?