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Raspberry Bamboo Stretch Fleece Fabric

Raspberry Bamboo Stretch Fleece Fabric

Regular price $26.08 USD
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Fabric will be continuous if ordering more than one cut.

Fabric will be continuous if ordering more than one cut.

If you order more than one cut it will be one long piece of fabric.

This Bamboo Stretch Fleece is 66% Bamboo Viscose and 28% Organic Cotton and 6% Spandex. It is 62" wide and weighs 320 GSM. This fleece stretches approximately 35% in the width and 60% in the length. It is great for projects like fitted diapers, sweatpants, hoodies, sleepwear, stretch knit winter dress, leggings, and active wear.

This fabric is dyed with eco friendly dyes. These dyes do not produce harmful chemicals or environmental pollution, therefore, comply with environmental regulations. Eco dyes are non-carcinogenic and are free from or produce no harmful aromatic amines or acute toxins. The color fastness and performance of these dyes are superior to banned dyes.

Made in China.

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Raspberry Bamboo Stretch Fleece worked well

I am a beginner sewist. This was only my third project with a knit. I made semi-fitted loungewear pants with no elastic in the waistband. First--I LOVE this red. It's a blue-toned cool red, truly like a raspberry! Second--fabric plumped up so soft and plush after first wash (cold, with fabric softener) and machine dry. It also shrunk six inches in the lengthwise grain. (This was a 1.5 yard cut.) After second wash (forgot fabric softener), it felt thinner and pilled a bit but is still soft. It was relatively easy to handle and sew. I cut the waistband on the lengthwise grain bc it is way more stretchy than crosswise grain. Worked well; fabric seems to have good recovery. I didn't have problems with edges curling. I sewed this without a serger, using a stretch overlock stitch. I have enough leftover to make some matching booties! I would use this fabric again. I would classify it as a midweight.