10oz cotton canvas fabric, commonly called duck cloth, is always one of our top sellers and for good reason! Our customers use this extremely versatile material for almost everything! Art canvas, slipcovers, furniture coverings, tote bags, cornhole bags, art murals, floor cloths, large paintings, draperies, painter overalls, aprons, table coverings, pillows and pillow covers, school crafts, theater backdrops, stage props, band props, artists canvas, tons of DIY projects ... and that probably doesn't even scratch the surface! If you're sewing this at home, you'll be glad to know that our 10 oz canvas sews well on virtually any sewing machine.
Category: Single Filled Duck Cloth
Contents: 100% Cotton
Testing: Fabric should be tested for your specific requirements prior to cutting as no claims are allowed on processed goods.
Washing Instructions: To minimize shrinking, machine wash in cold water and tumble dry without heat or air dry. Bright or deep colors are subject to crocking and bleeding and should not be mixed with white or light colors in the same garment. No guarantees can be made regarding lightfastness or color transference during washing or cleaning.
Ordering: Please make sure to order an adequate amount of fabric to finish your project. Dye lots can vary slightly and an exact match cannot be guaranteed if a follow up order is necessary in the future.
|Weave Construction||Single Fill Plainweave|
|Fabric Content||100% Cotton|
|Fabric Width (Inches)||72"|
|Weight (per sq yd)||10oz|
|Roll Size||Maximum of 100 yards continuous|
This fabric is NOT FIRE RETARDANT
1 linear yard of this canvas material = approx. 72" x 36", Orders of 1-9 yards will be folded. 10+ yards will be sent on a roll.
Note: Each color is a representation of our stocked color standard and is subject to shade and weight variation. Bright or deep colors are subject to crocking and bleeding and should not be mixed with white or light colors in the same garment. No guarantees can be made regarding light fastness or color transference during washing or cleaning. Fabric should be tested for your specific requirements prior to cutting as no claims are allowed on processed goods.