Springs Creative 108" Natural Muslin Fabric
- Product ID: 1549803PK
- Manufacturer: Springs Creative
- Content: 100% Cotton
- Width: 106/108"
Thread Count: 68 x 68
- Care: Machine wash warm. No chlorine bleach. Tumble dry. Remove promptly. Do not iron.
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 21 Yards,
when ordering more than 21 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
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Why did you choose this?
What is the difference between natural and bleached muslin?
BEST ANSWER: Natural muslin is not bleached and may contain natural elements of cotton such as small brown or black specs. Bleached muslin is bleached white and does not show any natural brown or black flecs.
will this pull apart if stretched?
BEST ANSWER: Any woven fabric will if stretched enough but this won't fall apart. We recommend ordering a sample to be sure that it will work for your project.
Is this fabric 100% grown and manufactured in the United States?
Is it Berry amendment complaint?
Is this muslin fabric soft or is this a little rough & stiff?
BEST ANSWER: It is soft. We recommend ordering a sample to be sure that it will work for your project.
Is this fabric preshrunk?
BEST ANSWER: We're working on getting an answer from the manufacturer, but we believe it is. We would still recommend pre-washing it the way you plan to wash it in the future.
Can I make a shirt this fabric? Thanks
BEST ANSWER: You could, but just be aware that this fabric doesn't have stretch.
I want to make a photo backdrop, will this fabric be good for that?
BEST ANSWER: Yes, muslin is very popular for photo backdrops. You may want to consider a bleached muslin if the natural color won't work for you!
would you recommend this for a sofa cover?
Do you have a wide (90-108") muslin with no permanent press finish (I want to dye it)?
do you have a wide (90"-108" muslin with no permanent press finish ( i want to dye it)?
Can this muslin be used as a front projection surface?
I want to transfer images onto this muslin. Might that work out? I like the natural and believe the colors would look better on it instead of white.What other 100% cotton might I use?
Is this suitable for slipcovers?