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Bamboo Cotton 54" - Ivory

 5.00 ( 2 review )
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Stock# Product Details Quantity Cut Yards Bolts of 15 yards Sample
Due approx. 8/10/2015
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$.25 Fabric Sample
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Product Description

Soft quality mid weight sheeting. Same exact fabric as our discontinued BAMC but in ivory.

Fabric Details

  • 50% bamboo & 50% cotton, ivory
  • 4 oz per square yard 54" wide
  • Thread count is 130 threads per inch x 70 threads per inch
  • You can dye this with our Fiber Reactive Dyes
  • Suggested uses; for making shirts, dresses, summer trousers, lightweight jackets, and baby clothing. Nice for pillowcases.
  • We found that this shrinks 4% in Length and 1% in Width disclaimer
  • Available in cut yardage and in 15 yard bolts
  • Machine wash in any temperature water

Remember, bolts vary! They can be over or under - we charge you for the actual yardage. If you need very specific yardage, order cut yardage.

There are a few things you should know about our fabrics...

Made in: PAKISTAN (PK)

Due approx. 8/10/2015

2 Reviews
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Nice fine tight weave soft with a bit of drape-if you're looking for a crisp fabric this is not it. Dyes beautifully! Perfect for blouses summer tops children's heirloom etc.
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I love this fabric. It is so soft with a high thread count. It if perfect for pillow cases or clothing. It took natural dyes amazingly (especially love it with madder root).
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