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#10 Natural Cotton Duck Fabric

#10 Natural Cotton Duck Fabric

Product ID: 1060
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Content:100% Cotton
Width:60"
Weight:14.5 Oz Per Square Yard
Maximum Continuous Length:Approximately 30 yards, when ordering more than 30 yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
Canvas is a strong and durable fabric that has many uses. 60” Natural Canvas has a natural off-white shade and offers a generous width for large projects. Suggested uses for canvas include durable luggage, sports bags, tarps, tents and protective covers for machinery and sports equipment. Reusable laundry bags for kids headed off to college or grocery bags for those of us who are environmentally conscious can also be made from this canvas fabric. Canvas clothing items include belts, watch straps and hats, even jackets and vests! Canvas can be painted on or embellished with stamps and monograms for unique throw pillows and customized tote bags. You will find many other uses for versatile canvas fabric in your craft and home decorating projects, because the uses of canvas are as varied as the people who use it!
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Making a sofa slipcover.
Patricia W on Sep 2, 2017
Making sofa cover and the sample fabric was a very good weight for this kind of project
YOLANDA B on Jun 15, 2017
Making a sofa slipcover.
Patricia W on Sep 2, 2017
I'm using this to make a slip cover for a Pottery Barn sectional purchased around 2002.
JANET K on Jun 26, 2017
Making sofa cover and the sample fabric was a very good weight for this kind of project
YOLANDA B on Jun 15, 2017
Looking for something durable in a neutral color.
THOMAS G on May 16, 2017
For Art Installation
ERIKA K on May 2, 2017
I chose this because I couldn't find 14.5 oz weight cotton duck from other suppliers.
William L on May 1, 2017
I chose this fabric for my ceramics work.
Merrilee A on Apr 17, 2017
I am using this #10 cotton duck to paint on.
ROBERT S on Apr 7, 2017
Going to use this for tote bags
LOU ANN M on Mar 15, 2017
This cotton duck fabric is perfect for interlining for the liturgical embroidery design and sewing that my husband and I provide for churches and pastors. This will be our second 30-yard bolt. I have tried several other brands and weights, and this is the best by far for both quality and price. Thank you!
CAROL G on Mar 6, 2017
A durable and washable fabric for slipcovers.
Christopher C on Jan 23, 2017
To make baskets out of
April M on Dec 31, 2016
to use on an antique sofa
MELISSA R on Sep 26, 2016
I'm using this to make a slip cover for a Pottery Barn sectional purchased around 2002.
JANET K on Jun 26, 2017
Looking for something durable in a neutral color.
THOMAS G on May 16, 2017
Would #8 or #10 be the best for a heavy pastry cloth?
A shopper on Dec 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I purchased # 12 for upholstery. The upholsterer said it was a bit difficult to work with. His commercial machine struggled with the sewing. That being said; I think # 10 would work for a pastry cloth if you were not doing a lot of sewing, just hems. # 8 if you were machine sewing the outlines for various guides" 9"round for pies; 8 X 14 for sweet rolls etc..
Whatever you decide on pre-wash or steam iron it to minimize shrinkage.
I hope this helps.
what is the difference between all the numbered cotton duck?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The lower the number, the heavier the fabric. #1 is the heaviest at 27 Oz Per Square Yard, and #12 is the lightest at 11.5 Oz Per Square Yard. The single fill ducks are lighter weight than the numbered ducks. For more information about the difference between single fill and numbered, see this article: www.onlinefabricstore.net/makersmill/canvas-fabric/
Which canvas # is good for making canvas party bags?
A shopper on Jul 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The #10 could work, but the #12 is a little lighter weight and may work better. We recommend ordering a sample to be sure that it will work for your project.
#12 Natural Cotton Duck Fabric
#12 Natural Cotton Duck Fabric
Can this cotton duck canvas be used for making painters canvas stretched over a wood frame? If so what # would you recommend?
A shopper on Jul 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The #10 is probably a little too heavy, but the #12 may work. The other option is the 10 oz single fill duck. We also carry primed canvases. We recommend ordering a a couple samples to see what will work best for you.
#10 Natural Cotton Duck Fabric
#10 Natural Cotton Duck Fabric
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58" Acrylic Gesso Primed Canvas - 8 Oz Fabric
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60" Acrylic Gesso Primed Canvas - 10 Oz Fabric
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60" Single Fill 10 Oz Duck Fabric
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60" Single Fill 12 Oz Duck Fabric
What is the best cloth weight for painted rugs?
A shopper on Jun 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The #4 cotton duck is the heaviest we carry and would be the best for rugs. We recommend ordering a sample to be sure that it will work for your project.
#4 Natural Cotton Duck Fabric
#4 Natural Cotton Duck Fabric
I want to make durable slipcovers. What would be my best option in duck fabric?
A shopper on May 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The #10 or #12 would work. The single fill 10 oz or 12 oz canvases are other options that would be more flexible. We recommend ordering samples to see what will work best for your project. For more information on duck/canvas see this article: www.onlinefabricstore.net/makersmill/canvas-fabric/
#12 Natural Cotton Duck Fabric
#12 Natural Cotton Duck Fabric
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60" Single Fill 10 Oz Duck Fabric
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60" Single Fill 12 Oz Duck Fabric
is this cotton duck use for proofing bread in bakery?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: no this is very heavy
Would this weight be good for curtains I want to make?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This weight would likely be too stiff for curtains. If you're looking for a natural canvas duck, the 9.3 oz or 7 oz would be better suited to curtains. We suggest ordering samples to see what would work best for your project.
9.3 Oz Natural Cotton Canvas Fabric
9.3 Oz Natural Cotton Canvas Fabric
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63" Single Fill 7 Oz Duck Fabric
Is this fabric too heavy to be used to make apostles robes? We need something that looks old and rustic.
A shopper on Oct 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This particular canvas may be too heavy, but we have lighter weights that still have the same look. We suggest the 10 oz Single Fill Duck. There's also the 12 oz or 7 oz, which would be good options as well. You can order samples if you want to compare.
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60" Single Fill 10 Oz Duck Fabric
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60" Single Fill 12 Oz Duck Fabric
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63" Single Fill 7 Oz Duck Fabric
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Works so well!
We use it for our base in hand building clay projects. Just the right thickness and doesn't move around. Cleans easily. Just right for us....
May 14, 2017
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