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Unbleached Osnaburg Fabric

Unbleached Osnaburg Fabric

Product ID: 87298

$3.78 per Yard

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  • Content: 100% Cotton
  • Width: 45"
  • Features: Lightweight, Retains shape longer than synthetics, Good Thermal Insulator
  • Common Uses: Drapery & Upholstery Lining, Theatrical Apparel, Crafting
  • Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 25 yards, when ordering more than 25 yards please note it may come in more than one piece.

Osnaburg is a durable, strong fabric used for draperies, covers, apparel, and more. This vintage style fabric is also great for re-enactment costumes and is suitable for craft projects. Osnaburg can be dyed, painted, or printed.

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embroidery or punch needle
Joy R on Feb 10, 2018
We have ordered before and love it.
JES M on Dec 11, 2017
embroidery or punch needle
Joy R on Feb 10, 2018
I insert this fabric in between layers of a rag quilt. It frays nicely.
Gwendolyn S on Jan 26, 2018
We have ordered before and love it.
JES M on Dec 11, 2017
custom hand painted dress
Olga P on Dec 3, 2017
I use this fabric to make game bags. It is durable and breathes. I also use it in various household sewing projects.
Lucretia M on Dec 2, 2017
Use it for hand embroidered napkins, soft and nice neutral color.
Julee A on Nov 7, 2017
Best price I could find on the fabric. This fabric was exactly what I had in mind look wise when planning my project. I was excited to have found it.
Ashley M on Nov 1, 2017
I use it for 18th/19th century clothing. Washes and drys very well. Shrinkage is minimal but has a softer texture after laundering.
TAMRA L on Sep 14, 2017
We will use this to cover hay bales for a farm/barn wedding. This fabric is perfect - it's coloring is similar to burlap, but it is smooth and will be comfortable to sit on.
Kathryn O on Aug 28, 2017
It looks similar to feed sack material. It is soft and not scratchy.
SHARON F on Jul 4, 2017
Tea towels
AMY L on May 29, 2017
The review I read told me that this is good for chair coushions. The price was awesome
rose F on May 25, 2017
This is my favourite 'go to' fabric for screen printing.
Leslie D on May 23, 2017
This fabric give the look of an vintage feedsack.
SHARON F on May 15, 2017
This is my third order! This osnaburg washes and dries very well. The shrinkage is just the right amount to make it a softer fabric.
TAMRA L on May 11, 2017
I chose this fabric for some craft projects. I had shopped around and OFS had the best pricing I found!
TAMMY K on May 4, 2017
I just received my first order last week of this osnaburg. They are quick to ship! This is a lighter weight fabric, but washed and dried well. I always pre-shrink cotton before cutting.
TAMRA L on Apr 11, 2017
I wanted some vary natural interior privacy/room dividing curtains.
CATHLEEN B on Apr 10, 2017
The price was good since I order at least 10 yards at a time to make 18th century clothing.
TAMRA L on Apr 5, 2017
This fabric is a great substitute for linen.
CINDY P on Mar 6, 2017
Osnaburg can be used for anything. You can change the colors if you like. I've used it as suiting. The most simple fabric there is. Used to be used on plantations for everyday clothing. I've made curtains of it also.
Versatile fabric.
Joan S on Feb 6, 2017
Great Fabric for curtains!
LEONA A on Jan 11, 2017
Making a Rebel Legion Jedi costume, this is for the outer tunic, obi, and tabbards.
REBECCA B on Jan 6, 2017
Someone else was using this for a craft project I liked, so I copied them!
Sharon L on Dec 22, 2016
It is great to use for pillow covers! I add personal designs to each.
DEANNA D on Dec 11, 2016
doing punch needle embroidery
LYNNE D on Dec 3, 2016
A soft cotton fabric that is easy care. Makes great pillow covers!
CHERYL T on Nov 11, 2016
For primitive crafting projects
MELISSA D on Nov 7, 2016
Makes great Jedi robes!
MARY F on Nov 4, 2016
Could not find locally
DIANA S on Oct 10, 2016
I insert this fabric in between layers of a rag quilt. It frays nicely.
Gwendolyn S on Jan 26, 2018
custom hand painted dress
Olga P on Dec 3, 2017
What is the thread count and weight?
A shopper on Apr 13, 2017
Is it good for hand embroidered cloth napkins?
A shopper on Oct 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I think it would be, it's soft enough for a napkin. I don't do hand embroidery, so I'm not sure if that would work well on the osnaburg. It has a more open weave than muslin does.
Sorry, I don't know if this helps or not.
I want to use this for fine threads in punch needle work. Is this the same tight weave as Weavers Cloth?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it's the same or very similar to weavers cloth, which we also carry. Both are a natural, but the color looks a little different. You can order samples if you want to compare.
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Are the sides finished?
A shopper on Aug 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The selvage edges will prevent fraying but they are not finished.
I just purchased some and hope it will work ok sewn together for table runners?
A shopper on Jun 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I use it for table runners, shower curtains etc. Works very well for these purposes
I can't use it if in more than one piece as I'm going to make draperies. Can you request a whole bolt?
A shopper on Jun 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Bolts vary in size, but you would most likely get 25 to 100 yard continuous pieces. Contact our customer service for more information at either help@onlinefabricstore.net or 877-781-2967 Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm EST.
Can it be used for kitchen towels?
A shopper on Mar 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't use it. It really lacks the ability to absorb. I stained it so I had to put it in water with walnut crystals, and it didn't absorb well.
Is this preshrunk? Is unbleached Osnaburg lighter or darker than natural?
A shopper on Sep 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No it is not pre-shrunk, The color is same or lighter than natural, but varies by bolt.
Is this fabric permanent pressed?
A shopper on Mar 9, 2017

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Very natural cotton Osnaburg
I have done , curtains, valances, and slipcovers with this cotton, I pre-washed the fabric before I work with.
The slipcover top has a lining, on the top.
Slipcover made with Osnaburg
Great drape for ruffles.
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February 15, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
I love the softness and texture of this fabric.
October 19, 2017
Purchased
4 months ago