Premier Prints Paisley Chocolate/Natural Fabric
- Product ID: PSLCHN PSLCHN
- Manufacturer: Premier Prints
- Content: 100% Cotton
- Width: 54"
- Horizontal Repeat: 12.5"
- Vertical Repeat: 12.5"
- Country of Origin: USA
- Durability: 15,000 Double Rubs
- Fire Rating: California Technical Bulletin #117 Section E
Thread Count: 80 x 32
Weight: 7 Oz Per Square Yard
- Care: Use cold water and mild detergent. Drying is not recommended, air dry only.
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 30 Yards,
when ordering more than 30 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
Paisley Chocolate/Natural by Premier Prints is a stunning paisley drapery décor fabric. This fabric can be used for projects like curtains, throw pillows, tablecloths, and more. Colors include white, blue, black, green, gray, brown, natural.
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Why did you choose this?
Would this work on rocker glider replacement cushions?
BEST ANSWER: Yes I believe so.. it is pretty sturdy fabric, much like a twill. I think that would be very pretty.
I was wondering if there is an obvious top to this fabric, or if it could be run horizontally as well as vertically?
BEST ANSWER: I had to look at my curtain valances to answer your question. There is a top to the fabric but it is not very obvious. I found one of my valances had the fabric running upside down. If you have a really large panel that is not gathered in some way it might be noticeable.
how wide is this fabric?
BEST ANSWER: 54 inches wide
Does it come in pinks/corals?
BEST ANSWER: We only carry it in this one colorway.
Is the blue in this fabric a true blue or more of a terquois blue?
BEST ANSWER: It's more of a turquoise blue.
My lovely paisley couch
Seems to be very good fabric. I used it to reupholster my couch. It seems to be holding up very well to daily use. I also made a coordinating quilt with the leftover fabrics. I am very happy with both!
October 29, 2016
over 3 years ago