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White-Navy Yarn-Dyed Stripes Cotton Spandex Knit- 1 yard cut

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Yarn-Dyed Stripes 10oz Cotton Spandex Knit Fabric

Horizontal stripes that are about 3/8" or 1cm wide.

93% cotton, 7% spandex. Imported.

Width  At least 66 inches - some colors up to 72 inches

Weight  210 gsm | 10 oz

4-Way Stretch, 50% width / 50% length

Cut Sizes

Orders for multiples of the same cut size will be cut as one piece. Orders that include different cut sizes of the same fabric will be cut separately unless you leave an order comment at checkout requesting them as one piece. Cuts of over 5 yards are not guaranteed to be one piece.

  • Yard (36" x full width)
  • Fat Half (36" x approx 28")
  • 1.5 Yard (54" x full width)

Yarn dyed stripes are knitted from separate colors of yarn, which means the stripe appears on the front and back of the fabric. In other words, the color goes all the way through - the stripes are not printed on - and the stripes will never "white out" when stretched.

Cotton knits are a staple for comfort clothing and fashion sewing. Cotton is soft and breathable, and spandex stretches to move with the body. Our jersey knit is a medium weight - not too heavy, not too flimsy. Minimal (5%) shrinkage in length.

Please note: Dirt marks on the back side of the fabric will not be considered a flaw.

Fabric Preparation and Prewash Tips

We recommend prewashing your cotton spandex fabrics to prepare them for sewing. For any fabrics that include dark, saturated, or very bright colors, we recommend a cold wash separately or with like colors only. Use a commercial color catcher to help capture any loose dye in the wash. Examine wet washed fabric before drying. If you experience transfer of color onto a white/light area of your fabric, we suggest rewashing the fabric again on cold before you dry the fabric. Drying the fabric after color has transferred can make dye transfer difficult to remove. Another tip for fixing color transfer is to soak the fabric in an oxy cleaner solution to remove the excess dye from lighter areas and then wash in cold water.

Machine wash and dry, or hang to dry.

Prewash to remove shrinkage. Use a universal or ball point needle. Best sewn with a serger or a walking foot.


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