IL090 BLACK Softened - 100% Linen - Canvas (8 oz/yd2) - 20.00 Yards

Price: $252.00 per item
Sale price: $226.80 per item (10% off)
Favored By: 662 people!

A heavier linen at 8.1 ounces it is referred to as canvas weight , this linen is perfectly suited for projects that require a sturdier yet still fashionable linen.

Fabric specifications:

Article : IL090
Content : 100% Linen
Type : BASIC
Thread size warp : 9.1
Thread size weft : 9.1
Thread count warp : 36
Thread count weft : 25
Color : BLACK
Weight : 8 oz/yd2
Width : 57 inch
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Steven profile image Great fabric for a suit jacket
Reviewer: Steven

I made a suit jacket from this fabric: Has a nice hand, retained its colour after pre-washing, doesn't wrinkle much. Great quality fabric for such a low price!

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Elizabeth profile image A delight to work with
Reviewer: Elizabeth

I was worried that this fabric might be just a bit too tight after laundering, but it wasn't. Truth be told, it was just tight enough that there was very little fray, and I was still able to easily manipulate corners, etc... I used it to make a men's suitcoat. The tiny places (where pocket welts are pulled through to the back, for example) can be a disaster if the weave doesn't have some substance. Cold water wash and HOT dry, and the lush blackness is still lush blackness. A WONDERFUL fabric, in every respect:)

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IL090   BLACK Softened - 100% Linen

It was a pleasure to work with this fabric. I laundered it twice (I don't intend on machine washing a suit coat, so I didn't do my usual four linen washes); it hardly wrinkles at all, and it retained its colour! Has a nice hand and is a great weight for a three-season suit. Probably would not go any lighter for a tailored jacket--this, however was perfect.

Posted by Steven
IL090   BLACK Softened - 100% Linen

Ideal fabric for suitcoat! Laundered well, held its rich color, and the weave tightened JUST enough to make the fabric stable to work with. What a pleasure:)

Posted by Elizabeth
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