Cotton sewing quilting fabric by the 1/2 yard - Love Bird damask - Leanika Maison Jardin - Dena Designs - RARE OOP - baby bedding fabric

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Cotton sewing quilting fabric by the 1/2 yard - Leanika Maison damask print - Love bird collection. NOT laminated. Dena Designs DF66 Ivory
Out of print and rare. It is NOT laminated.

100% cotton
Machine Wash cold / tumble dry low
Width 43/44"
Length 18" (1/2 yard)**

To view other prints from this collection use this link
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Laminates/search?search_query=Amy+Butler+Love
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** enter the "quantity" of continuous 1/2 yards you would like
1 yard = 2
1.5 yard = 3
2 yards = 4
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Link to my other cotton quilting and sewing fabric - use this link
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Laminates?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=8132413
My SALE cotton and remnant section is here
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Laminates?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=18741336
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Link to facebook page https://www.facebook.com/justlaminates
Link to website http://www.justlaminates.com/

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Deb


FAQs

It's divided up into "sections" - by widths - then by product - Don't miss the COTTON and patterns section! ♥ Laminated cotton fabric - about 40" width ♥ WIDE Laminated cotton fabric - about 55" width ♥ BACK Laminated cotton fabric - all sizes - The laminate is on the non-print side - aka cotton PUL (this isn't polyester) ♥ 18" x 20" & 20" x 20" - laminated cotton precuts ♥ 18" x 40" - laminated cotton precuts ♥ Sale Laminated cotton / remnants ♥ Iron-on vinyl - great for diy! ♥ Food Safe lining fabric ♥ Cotton fabric by the 1/2 yard - continuous ♥ Custom / Samples / Tubes the rest are self explanatory - please ask if you have ?s

The USA Federal Act of 2008 states that children's products cannot contain more than 300 parts per million of lead. “Children’s products” are defined as “a consumer product designed or intended primarily for children 12 years of age or younger.” Three phthalates, DEHP, DBP, and BBP, have been permanently prohibited by Congress in concentration of more than 0.1% in “children’s toys” or “child care articles.” A “child care article” means a product that a child 3 and younger would use for sleeping, feeding, sucking or teething. Producers selling children's products are required to meet these guidelines within the USA. If you sell children's products request a testing certificate for your records

My laminated cotton is softer and more pliable - Mine are made using high quality designer cotton fabric with a thin (1 mil) layer of waterproof protection - it's easier to sew - and approved for use in children's products. It's wipeable and washable - as with most cotton fabrics be sure to "set" color - especially darks & reds - if you plan on washing or storing wet products (ie: wet bags) Oilcloth is made using petroleum products and is NOT safe for children's products - It's more "stiff" and less pliable - I do not sell the traditional oilcloth, but many people still refer to laminated cotton as oilcloth so I use it as a search term.

Care instructions: Wipe clean / Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low. Remove promptly. To save shipping costs this fabric will arrive folded and gentle ironing may be required. This fabric has no UV protection and prolonged outdoor use is not recommended. Shipping in a tube within the US is available by adding this to your cart https://www.etsy.com/listing/108850165/ I have always washed and dried the laminates I sell, but it changes the "look" as the cotton shrinks a bit - and it becomes less shiny - so please TEST first to see if it gives you the "look" you like. The older cotton laminates (I don't carry any) did come separated when washed. See sewing tips and techniques are on my website! http://www.justlaminates.com/

Yes, it works well - but it's not thick like naugahyde. You can visit my facebook page for photos of seat cushion projects here at https://www.facebook.com/justlaminates and samples are available (4/$1.00) here https://www.etsy.com/listing/74490962/ so you can see it first. The fabric is wipeable, soft, pliable and waterproof. UV protection? - No it does not - It is not intended for continued outdoor use. The cotton will fade and deteriorate with the sun exposure.

Some manufacturers suggest no ironing and "Finger pressing" is usually the recommended option ... and often this is just fine ... BUT if you choose to iron here's what I've found successful - but please test first. Trim the selvedges (where the laminate ends on the sides) so it doesn't stick to your ironing cloth, board or iron - Use a pressing cloth on a lower setting - iron on the non-laminated side being very careful not to touch the iron to the laminated surface. I sometimes increase the heat and add steam too. I can't always get out all the wrinkles, but this works for me. I do have tube shipping available and listed in my store. See my website and facebook for tips - project pictures and techniques!

Due to this fabric being cut to length and health policies I cannot accept returns unless I've made a mistake. Please purchase samples if in doubt about the product or color as monitors can change the appearance. Samples are listed in the store (4/$1.00 ) in the custom / samples / tube section or here is the direct link https://www.etsy.com/listing/74490962/

The suppliers in the US are required to meet CPSIA compliance - Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act - but are not required to test for BPA - but many have - IF the manufacturer has provided me written documentation of testing I add "BPA free" to the listing. This does NOT mean that there is BPA in the others - just that they haven't provided me written test documents.

I'm sorry - I stopped taking orders for sewing when the store got so busy. Some people purchase the fabric from me and have someone else make the tablecloth - I can ship directly to your seamstress if you'd like that - just be sure to change the shipping address when you place your order. Do the edges fray? Generally the laminate keeps the edges from fraying - and if you're patient you can trim with sharp zig zag or decorative scissors, but you may get the occasional thread.

Food safe is a tough one - the FDA has not established a test for our manufacturers to use because their standards are for testing a "product" - not the components of a product. In other words the cotton laminate may be "food safe" but there's no test --- the laminates I carry have all been tested for CPSIA compliance (approved for children's products) and some have been tested for BPA also. Some of the laminated cotton out there have NOT been tested and should NOT be used for children's products. I do carry a tested FOOD SAFE lining fabric and have just found some laminates that have been approved with a matte finish. You can search "within" my store using "food safe" to view them.

It's divided up into "sections" - by widths - then by product - Don't miss the COTTON and patterns section! ♥ Laminated cotton fabric - about 40" width ♥ WIDE Laminated cotton fabric - about 55" width ♥ BACK Laminated cotton fabric - all sizes - The laminate is on the non-print side - aka cotton PUL (this isn't polyester) ♥ 18" x 20" & 20" x 20" - laminated cotton precuts ♥ 18" x 40" - laminated cotton precuts ♥ Sale Laminated cotton / remnants ♥ Iron-on vinyl - great for diy! ♥ Food Safe lining fabric ♥ Cotton fabric by the 1/2 yard - continuous ♥ Custom / Samples / Tubes the rest are self explanatory - please ask if you have ?s

The USA Federal Act of 2008 states that children's products cannot contain more than 300 parts per million of lead. “Children’s products” are defined as “a consumer product designed or intended primarily for children 12 years of age or younger.” Three phthalates, DEHP, DBP, and BBP, have been permanently prohibited by Congress in concentration of more than 0.1% in “children’s toys” or “child care articles.” A “child care article” means a product that a child 3 and younger would use for sleeping, feeding, sucking or teething. Producers selling children's products are required to meet these guidelines within the USA. If you sell children's products request a testing certificate for your records

My laminated cotton is softer and more pliable - Mine are made using high quality designer cotton fabric with a thin (1 mil) layer of waterproof protection - it's easier to sew - and approved for use in children's products. It's wipeable and washable - as with most cotton fabrics be sure to "set" color - especially darks & reds - if you plan on washing or storing wet products (ie: wet bags) Oilcloth is made using petroleum products and is NOT safe for children's products - It's more "stiff" and less pliable - I do not sell the traditional oilcloth, but many people still refer to laminated cotton as oilcloth so I use it as a search term.

Care instructions: Wipe clean / Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low. Remove promptly. To save shipping costs this fabric will arrive folded and gentle ironing may be required. This fabric has no UV protection and prolonged outdoor use is not recommended. Shipping in a tube within the US is available by adding this to your cart https://www.etsy.com/listing/108850165/ I have always washed and dried the laminates I sell, but it changes the "look" as the cotton shrinks a bit - and it becomes less shiny - so please TEST first to see if it gives you the "look" you like. The older cotton laminates (I don't carry any) did come separated when washed. See sewing tips and techniques are on my website! http://www.justlaminates.com/

Yes, it works well - but it's not thick like naugahyde. You can visit my facebook page for photos of seat cushion projects here at https://www.facebook.com/justlaminates and samples are available (4/$1.00) here https://www.etsy.com/listing/74490962/ so you can see it first. The fabric is wipeable, soft, pliable and waterproof. UV protection? - No it does not - It is not intended for continued outdoor use. The cotton will fade and deteriorate with the sun exposure.

Some manufacturers suggest no ironing and "Finger pressing" is usually the recommended option ... and often this is just fine ... BUT if you choose to iron here's what I've found successful - but please test first. Trim the selvedges (where the laminate ends on the sides) so it doesn't stick to your ironing cloth, board or iron - Use a pressing cloth on a lower setting - iron on the non-laminated side being very careful not to touch the iron to the laminated surface. I sometimes increase the heat and add steam too. I can't always get out all the wrinkles, but this works for me. I do have tube shipping available and listed in my store. See my website and facebook for tips - project pictures and techniques!

Due to this fabric being cut to length and health policies I cannot accept returns unless I've made a mistake. Please purchase samples if in doubt about the product or color as monitors can change the appearance. Samples are listed in the store (4/$1.00 ) in the custom / samples / tube section or here is the direct link https://www.etsy.com/listing/74490962/

The suppliers in the US are required to meet CPSIA compliance - Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act - but are not required to test for BPA - but many have - IF the manufacturer has provided me written documentation of testing I add "BPA free" to the listing. This does NOT mean that there is BPA in the others - just that they haven't provided me written test documents.

I'm sorry - I stopped taking orders for sewing when the store got so busy. Some people purchase the fabric from me and have someone else make the tablecloth - I can ship directly to your seamstress if you'd like that - just be sure to change the shipping address when you place your order. Do the edges fray? Generally the laminate keeps the edges from fraying - and if you're patient you can trim with sharp zig zag or decorative scissors, but you may get the occasional thread.

Food safe is a tough one - the FDA has not established a test for our manufacturers to use because their standards are for testing a "product" - not the components of a product. In other words the cotton laminate may be "food safe" but there's no test --- the laminates I carry have all been tested for CPSIA compliance (approved for children's products) and some have been tested for BPA also. Some of the laminated cotton out there have NOT been tested and should NOT be used for children's products. I do carry a tested FOOD SAFE lining fabric and have just found some laminates that have been approved with a matte finish. You can search "within" my store using "food safe" to view them.



    Reviews
    Average review
    (37)
    absolutely beautiful only wished I had purchased more
    2 days ago by bamagramma14
    Covered my recliner - came out beautiful!
    May 31, 2018 by alicia6242cs
    Beautiful fabric, I love it!
    May 2, 2018 by Lauren Seeto
    Everything perfect, just as described, and very fast shipping, I will purchase again from this shop! Thanks!
    Apr 19, 2018 by Sassy Apron
    Beautiful fabric; love the quality.
    Apr 17, 2018 by Pam Lacey

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