Pink Satin Fabric
- Product ID: BS527 BS527
- Content: 100% Polyester
- Width: 60"
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 30 Yards,
when ordering more than 30 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
Pink satin is ideal for making apparel lining, party decorations and tablecloths, throw pillows, draperies, and more. Bridal satin is an affordable, classy, lightweight fabric that has a lovely drape and gorgeous sheen.
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I need a satin that is a heavier weight with good body to make graduation stoles that will be embroidered with about 20,000 stitches. Can you tell me about this satin please????
BEST ANSWER: This is a nice satin, but it doesn't have quite the body you seem to be looking for. A slightly heavier grade would work better. I would worry that the embroidery would compromise the hand of the fabric, as well as making it vulnerable to tearing. I could be wrong, but that is my gut reaction. I am using my purchase for robes similar to choir robes with gimp trimming.
My little girl love princess dresses and i wanted to know if this satin is strong enough to last for that long because she is gonna be wearing it all the time running and playing?
BEST ANSWER: I have made a couple of dresses using this fabric. The fabric is easy to use with but as for the longevity of the fabric I really do not know as of yet. I would think that the this satin is strong enough for playing around in for your daughter but I am not sure if the fabric will wash with water. What I do know is that it may be possible to wash this satin BUT I would not put the dress in the dryer. Normally in a spin cycle the fabric will be somewhat crushed. If you put the dress in the dryer, the fabric will retain the crushing of the spin in the washer. What I have done washing satin and taffeta is to take the dress out of the washer and hang it for a little bit and then before the dress dries using an iron at not to hot of a heat to press out the dress while it is still damp. I don't know if this will help you. If you are not sure, the best thing to do is take the dress to a dry cleaner. I also do not know what something like 'Spray and Wash' could be used on the fabric itself for any stains. You might want to ask OFS about washing the fabric. I hope that this helps you. You may want to make 2 princess for your little girl so that she has a different dress while the other dress is being cleaned.