Charmeuse Satin Mod Dot Blush/Silver

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Charmeuse Satin Mod Dot Blush/Silver Fabric By The Yard is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Features

  • Item Number 0323957
  • Contents 100% Polyester
  • Fabric Weight Very Lightweight help
  • Width 58"
  • Brand Shannon Fabrics

Details

Description: Lightweight and silky soft, this charmeuse satin is perfect for blouses, dresses and skirts - especially on the bias. It's also perfect for lingerie and binding baby blankets!

Country of Origin: Made in the USA or Imported

Washing Instructions: Machine Wash Gentle/Dry Clean

  • Brand: Shannon Fabrics
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    Rated 4 out of 5 by from My First Polyester NOTE: My actual fabric purchase was white silky charmeuse with solid black polka dots, but I have a swatch of this colorway and the fabrics are indeed the same! This fabric is true to the description given -- very drapey and silky. I used it to make a wearable muslin from a drapey top pattern and it turned out better than expected. I serged the edges before prewashing on cold and tumble-drying medium. I also used Sullivan's fabric spray to stabilize the fabric before cutting: I definitely recommend this stuff, and it washes out perfectly. I used French seams for construction because this fabric frays a lot. Because this is 100% polyester, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND using a 100% COTTON MUSLIN PRESS CLOTH if you want to get a good press on it. A low-temp iron won't press it flat, and neither will a silk organza press cloth on this polyester: USE MUSLIN (which is lame because it's not transparent like organza, but it's doable!), and as high a temperature setting as the fabric can handle. Press some test swatches and see what works with your iron settings! I will likely order the silky poly charmeuse again, but I would only use it for drapey tops that have as few seams as possible to avoid a huge pressing headache (such as the StyleArc Skye Top). Also, when this fabric goes on sale, it's a killer deal. :)
    Date published: 2016-04-15
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