Premier Prints Stripe Premier Navy Slub Fabric
- Product ID: STRPNS STRPNS
- Manufacturer: Premier Prints
- Content: 100% Cotton
- Width: 54"
- Horizontal Repeat: 4"
- Country of Origin: USA
- Durability: 15,000 Double Rubs
- Fire Rating: California Technical Bulletin #117 Section E
Scale: Stripes are 2" Wide
Thread Count: 82 x 30
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.
Stripe Premier Navy Slub by Premier Prints is a beautiful stripe drapery décor fabric. This fabric can be used for projects like throw pillows, drapes, home accents, and more. Colors include blue, white.
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Why did you choose this?
Is this fabric durable enough to upholster a chair?
BEST ANSWER: In my opinion, it would be fine if the chair was only used occasionally. I wouldn't recommend this fabric for every day use.
Could I use this to make slip covers for wicker club chairs?
BEST ANSWER: Yes. I made some pillows with it & I think the weight would work for a slipcover.
can this be used for a commercial tablecloth?
BEST ANSWER: Yes! Please be aware that is it only 54" wide. If your table is wider than 54", it will require multiple panels to be attached to one another.
Is this fabric too heavy for a baby's quilt?
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this fabric is likely too heavy. We have a quilting weight fabric with navy and white stripes, but the stripes are smaller:
Is the fabric railroaded or up the roll? Thanks!
BEST ANSWER: This fabric is not railroaded.
Would it be a good choice for upholstery use?
what does the reverse side look like. Is the blue the same as the front? I will not be lining these drapies and want it to look good on both sides.
BEST ANSWER: This fabric is lovely, but unfortunately, no, the color is not the same on both sides. It will not work for your application.