Roclon Interlining Natural Drapery Lining Fabric
- Product ID: 85220
- Manufacturer: Roclon
- Content: 100% Cotton
- Width: 54"
- Country of Origin: Egypt (Finished in the USA)
- Features: Insulated
- Care: Machine Wash Cold, Delicate Cycle. Use only Non-Chlorine Bleach when needed. Tumble dry, Low Heat. Cool Iron.
- Please Note: This fabric is not intended or suitable for use in children's sleepwear or robes.
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 85 Yards,
when ordering more than 85 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
This standard interlining adds volume and basic insulation to window treatments when placed between décor fabric and drapery lining.
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Why did you choose this?
Is this cotton free from chemical treatment?
Does this lining help with blocking heat from the sun? Is it energy efficient?
BEST ANSWER: It does help with blocking heat from the sun and adding black out lining will make your draperies very energy efficient. Interlining is always good to add to silk, linen, or any light weight drapery fabric, it gives it a little extra body and will make your draperies look and hang better. Hope this helps.
can this fabric be used for making slipcovers?
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn’t, it’s sort of a flannel like fabric that i used to line draperies. I can’t remember how loose a weave it was, but it seemed to have some play. I’d use a thick muslin or denim type fabric.
Do you recommend preshrinking this interlining?
BEST ANSWER: Yes, pre-washing is recommended.
what is the oz value on this interling?
Does this interlining come in white?
Do you carry an interlining in 60" width?
BEST ANSWER: Sorry, we just carry the standard 54" widths.
Can this lining be used as a stand alone lining?
BEST ANSWER: You can use anything for any purpose, however I suggest interlining to be used in between your face fabric and a drapery lining, this creates body for your drapes, you always need to use an interlining with linen, or silk. I used this with my linen drapes and it gave the drapes the extra weight and volume needed. I hope this helps.