Black French terry fabric description
Fabric content: 67% bamboo rayon 28% organic cotton 5% Spandex
Weight: approx 280 GSM; 1 yard weights 450 grams (approx 16 oz)
Width: 165 cm (63")
Made from OEKO-Tex 100 Standard & Control Union certified organic cotton and bamboo yarns on high efficiency knitting machines.
Sewing recommendations: ballpoint needle
Fabric care: This fabric may shrink. Please do your own testing prior to cutting, by washing and tumble dry.
Wash with like colors on cold or warm, Do not use softener or bleach; Preferably flat or hang dry; remove promptly from dryer when done.
***** Discounts***** stretch french terry black fabric
Soft and light, but highly absorbent, is great for flats, washcloths, mama pads, as well as clothing. With slight stretch, for extra comfort.
This knit fabric has uncut, highly absorbent piles on one side, while the other side is flat and smooth, jersey like appearance.
Even it's name is "terry", it is basically unbrushed fleece, and is different fabric than loop terry.
Clothes from our black organic bamboo stretch french terry fabric enable people to experience an amazing warm, yet exquisite soft cloth, while drawing sweat away from your body.
Terry cloth is soft and warm, and is easy to work with, and feels and looks to be very high quality.
The result is an absorbent, light-weight, moisture-wicking material that's super comfortable to wear any day of the year.
Stretch french terry is heavier than a t-shirt, yet lighter than most sweatshirts, and works well by itself or as a layer over or under another piece.
It's made from oeko-tex certified bamboo and organic cotton yarns, with a small percentage of spandex.
One of the best known qualities of this french terry is its absorbency. It's often used in sportswear. In the case of the bamboo based french terry, you really get the best mixture possible.
This black stretch french terry works very well for designs that require a nice drape, or for season spanning transitional garments. No surprises when laundered -- minimal skewing and no fading.
This fabric is dyed with eco-friendly dyes. These dyes do not produce harmful chemicals or environmental pollution. Eco dyes are non-carcinogenic and are free from or produce no harmful toxins.
Now that you've seen it, you'll probably start to recognize French terry fabric everywhere - even on clothing you already own. Give it a try at no risk with our 30 days hassle free return policy!