Black & White Plaid Twill Bengaline Fabric
Create a sophisticated and sturdy apparel product or accessory by combining your sewing skills with a quality fabric! Black & White Plaid Twill Bengaline Fabric features a stylish, square-plaid pattern of black and white, overlapping lines. This classic twill fabric is sturdy but lightweight, making it great for suits, bags, and more!
- Width: 57" - 58"
- Weight: Medium Weight
- Country Of Origin: China
- Content: 37% Rayon, 11% Nylon & 4% Spandex
- Care: Machine Wash, Cold, Gentle Cycle; Line Dry; Only Non-Chlorine Bleach; Turn Garment Inside Out; Use Cool Iron If Needed.
- Flammability Note: Not For Sleepwear
Available in 1-yard increments. Average bolt size is approximately 7 yards. Price displayed is for 1-yard. Enter the total number of yards you want to order.
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Good Quality and value
I brought this for a pair of plaid work pants -liked the amount of stretch, no wrinkles & no ironing. I made pants but added a solid 1" black panel to the side cuz plaid did not line up - looks like highend joggers - so nice. can't blame the fabric at all
Plaid doesn't line up
I bought 2 yards to make a skirt. Maybe I just got a bad cut of fabric, but there is no way I can use it and have a nice looking garment. When I try to fold it in half there's a warp and the plaid doesn't line up with itself.
Good fabric, watch out for stretch
I just bought this fabric to make a pair of pants, love the plaid pattern but be careful with the stretch! The fabric stretches ON the grain, not horizontally. I would highly recommend turning your patterns sideways to accommodate
I used this last summer to make a pair of pants that I plan to wear in the winter. It worked great. They gave the pants just enough stretch to make them fit better than expected. I definitely plan to use it again to make more garments in the coming months