Hudson Bay Diamond Dobby Shirting Navy/Teal

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Estimated Stock Date: 5/15/2017
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Hudson Bay Diamond Dobby Shirting Navy/Teal Fabric By The Yard is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Features

  • Item Number 0454333
  • Contents 100% Cotton
  • Fabric Weight Lightweight help
  • Width 44''
  • Brand Textile Creations

Details

Description: This lightweight, yarn dyed, jacquard shirting features tribal stripes that run along the selvedge. Perfect for blouses and shirts, as well as lined dresses and skirts! Colors include shades of blue and turquoise with grey accents.

Country of Origin: Made in the USA or Imported

Washing Instructions: Machine Wash/Tumble Dry Low

  • Brand: Textile Creations
  • Collection

    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Attractive, but needs some handling What a pretty fabric! The stripes are consistent and even, so matching at seams is easy. The loose weave allows easy shaping. I think this fabric would make a nice room divider. There are a couple of things to beware of, though: The woven diamonds have rather long thread floats on the back, and the fabric is quite soft and ravelly. For garments, it might be best to use a lining or underlining to prevent snags, and be sure to interface buttonhole areas well. When I tried to use a narrow-hem presser foot with this fabric, the floats kept snagging on the scroll. Other than that, it wasn't bad to sew.
    Date published: 2017-01-03
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Shirting? This is pretty and a nice weight, but the size of the pattern means long lengths of loose threads are exposed on the back. It would probably be best in a lined garment, because this loose thread can easily snag.
    Date published: 2016-12-17
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