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Cotton canvas, natural

Product code 108 01-0003

Undyed 100% cotton canvas fabric. Use this sturdy, tough canvas as an interlining to add stiffness to corsets and other garments or on its own to mock up a new corset pattern.

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Basic parameters
Width: 150 cm
Color: natural
Content: 100% cotton
Weight (gsm): 300 gsm
Weight (mm): 69 mm
Drape: stiff
Availability: never out of stock
Care:
Minimum order: 0.2 m
Bulk discount
1 - 9 m
15.90 $ / m
10 - 19 m
-5%
15.11 $ / m
20 - 49 m
-10%
14.31 $ / m
50 - 99 m
-15%
13.52 $ / m
100 and more
-20%
12.72 $ / m

in stock 17 m

15.90 $/m

15.90 $/m without VAT

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Product description

Product description

Canvas is a very sturdy, stiff plain-weave fabric with a rough texture. It is a great material for mocking up new corset patterns or as an inexpensive interlining for coutil fabric to add strength to a corset. You can also use canvas fabric for upholstery. Some other ideas:

  • Use as an interlining for shoppers and shoulder bags
  • Make a casual bag or backpack
  • Decorate your interior in rustic style
  • Use as a tarp for a historical look (not waterproof, however)
  • Use as an interlining to give garments shape (add starch for stiff-as-a-board support)

This canvas fabric is woven of pure cotton. It is washable – just remember that it will shrink slightly with each laundering and will loosen up again with each wearing (just like a pair of jeans).

Care

Wash at 30°C. Do not machine dry; air dry. Iron on the cotton setting. When using canvas as an interlining for a more delicate material (such as corset satin) follow care instructions for that material.

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