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Fabric Contents: 100% Polyester
Width: 54+ Inches Wide
Drapery Fabric Weight: Heavy Weight
Printed Vs. Woven: Solid Color
Horizontal Repeat: N/A
Vertical Repeat: N/A
A gorgeous and super soft microfiber velvet in a soft muted yellow.
Microfiber upholstery fabric is one of the most durable fabrics that there is which makes it perfect for high-use furniture. Made from 100% polyester, it is strong, stain-resistant, and easy to clean.
This is an ultra-durable heavy-weight fabric that would stand up to use on well-loved furniture pieces. Create one-of-a-kind furniture that you won’t see anywhere else. Freshen up an old armchair with some new upholstery. Modernize an antique sofa with a bold color or pattern. Create a beautiful headboard for your bedroom.
Heavier than traditional curtains, drapes block out most light. This fabric is a wonderful choice to dress up your windows while adding warmth and comfort.
This fabric is wonderful for a variety of home decor applications. Add a soft backing and binding to create a warm winter throw to spruce up your sofa. Add matching pillows that you can change with the seasons. Also perfect for a duvet with matching pillow shams in a bedroom.
While traditionally used for decorative purposes, heavy fabric is a wonderful choice for creating period costumes for faires or conventions. It is also a great choice for table settings such as placemats and table runners.
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