IS010 COBALT Softened - 54% Linen / 46% Cotton - Middle (6.2 oz/yd2)

Price: $15.76 per yard
Favored By: 112 people!
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Fluffy, dimensional, and simply a joy to live with - you’ll feel like a sewing maestro when you pull this cloth out of its first dry cycle.

The fabric arrives flat with a subtle basket-like weave. This weaving technique comes with a delightful surprise once it goes through its first wash and dry.

The threads that are woven to make the outside of the squares - they “lift up”.
The threads that are used to weave the inside of the squares - those “drop-down”.

You get a cloth that looks like squares of a freshly made waffle deliciousness. It is just that yummy!

This cloth is wider than our usual selection at 84" wide.  Once it is washed - the cloth will shrink to get that dimensional waffle surface.
Approximate shrinkage - the width of cloth shrinks 17% (weft of the fabric) and 28% on the length ( warp of the fabric)

Waffle weave cloth is great for:
- Bath towels
- Robes
- Throws
- Duvet covers
- Pillow shams
- Lounge garments
- Decorative pillows
- Curtains
- Beach towels
- Picnic blankets
- items that need to have dimension and softness

Fabric specifications:

Article : IS010 Waffle
Content : 54% Linen / 46% Cotton
Type : WAFFLE
Thread size warp : 20
Thread size weft : 17.9
Thread count warp : 52
Thread count weft : 49
Color : COBALT
Weight : 6.2 oz/yd2
Width : 84 inch
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Julie profile image Waffle Towel Set
Reviewer: Julie

Lightweight, absorbent towels set for a fraction of retail. This set was quick and easy to make with included directions. I am making a waffle robe next! Luxurious fabric, shipped quickly, washed and dried well.

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Jan profile image Wow!
Reviewer: Jan

I love this fabric! It magically waffles into a plush, soft, interesting fabric perfect for my dining room seat cushions. I can think of a zillion projects for this fabric. I'll be making kitchen towels with my leftovers.

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Susan profile image I made a blanket with this one
Reviewer: Susan

This washes up into the best temperature regulating blanket I've ever had. I'd already gotten the bleached and made a blanket, now I wanted a second with a pop of color. This way I can use it as a throw during the sultry season here in Georgia, as well as a blanket in the winter. Three yards, with a quarter-inch hem turned twice on the bottom, and an inch hem turned twice on the top then thrown onto the washer and dryer on hot revealed a beautifully textured beauty that will do very nicely indeed. The color is a subdued cobalt, lighter than navy but in no way bright. It's exactly what I hoped for, and I look forward to many years of use.

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