White Cotton Twill Fabric
- Product ID: COTWWH COTWWH
- Content: 100% Cotton
- Width: 59/60"
Weight: 7 Oz Per Square Yard
- Features: Preshrunk, Breathable
- Care: Machine wash warm with like colors, non-chlorine bleach if needed, tumble dry low, use cool iron if necessary
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 50 Yards,
when ordering more than 50 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
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Why did you choose this?
Can this fabric see through and can it be use to make a shirt?
BEST ANSWER: No, you cannot see through the fabric. Yes, you could make a shirt out of it. I made a female Naval officer's uniform and my customer was very pleased with the results.
can this fabric be used to make a dress?
BEST ANSWER: I made tote bags, pillows and hats out of it. It seemed very versatile. The hats I made were bomber style winter hats with a transfer over the cotton and some bucket hats. I don't see why it couldn't be used for a dress. I think it would be great, but I'm not a dress person. I'm thinking of buying more for shorts.
Can I use this for cloth baby diapers?
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't! I used it to make pants and top for a Naval officer. It's more suitable for suiting. I would use terrycloth. That's what my niece makes hers out of.
I have been using white wrinklease for hot pads - is this fabric very close in weight?
BEST ANSWER: I am not familiar with that fabric. We recommend ordering a sample to be sure that it will work for your project.
I want to make a skit with this fabric, will this do?
BEST ANSWER: I recently used this fabric for a home project and it is a heavy, sturdy fabric, perfect for what I needed. If you are wanting to make a more fitted, denim type skirt (I'm assuming you mean "skirt" since I don't know what a skit is), then this could work. But it would not work for a lightweight, flowy type skirt. Hope that helps!
I have been using white wrinklease for embroidered hot pads and cannot get it anymore - would this be a similar fabric?
BEST ANSWER: I use this fabric for place mats, coasters and well as patches we embroider on and get great results.
is cotton twill better than poly twill for drapes?
BEST ANSWER: The only difference is the blend of fibers. It's really up to you. We recommend ordering a sample to be sure that it will work for your project.
I’m looking for fabric to make pillow case covers, like the plain white ones that you put under the color ones. Would this fabric work? I’m not looking for real thick but just a plain jane kind
BEST ANSWER: Sheeting would be fine, or any broadcloth in general.
would this be suitable for sofa slipcovers? is the weight too thin?
BEST ANSWER: This cotton twill is on the lightweight side, but may still work depending on what you're looking for. We suggest ordering a sample to see if it will work for you.
Love this 100% cotton twill!
This is exactly what I needed! My customer is a retired Navy captain who is still involved with military events. The summers can be brutal when wearing polyester, so I was happy to find this 100% cotton twill to recreate her top & pants. She is very pleased also.
July 6, 2019
5 months ago