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White Cotton Knit, Kaufman Trainers French Terry Knit in White, Fabric by the half Yard, Cotton Knit Fabric

The minimalism of the '90s is back, and this white cotton French Terry will keep your outfits 'en vogue'. Use this stretchy and athletically luxurious knit with its flexible drape and 4-way stretch to construct cardigans, sweatshirts, jackets, tops, sweater dresses, tunics, tops, vests and casual pants - right for men and women alike. Fully opaque, a lining is not necessary. The color is much more on the ivory side than true white. It reminds me of vanilla ice cream; a soft white that has a tint of coolness. This fabric is definitely dreamy! The photos are a pretty good representation of the actual color of this fabric. (Plus swatches of the gray and black colorways that I have available.) French Terry is a knitted terry cloth fabric with loops and soft piles of yarn on the reverse side and a smooth, soft knit face. It is heavier than T-shirt fabric but a bit lighter and more polished than traditional sweatshirts. It's cozy, moisture-wicking, absorbent and since its made of cotton, keeps you cool. French Terry is a versatile fabric and an ideal choice for sewing modern athletic and leisure wear. This listing is sold per half yard. Select qty: 1 for 1/2 yard, qty: 2 for 1 yard, qty: 3 for 1 1/2 yards, etc. Multiple yards of fabric will be cut in one continuous length. Add Gutermann Thread To Match: To see more Knits, Jerseys and French Terry fabrics, click here: For sewing tools and notions: Supplier: Robert Kaufman Designer: Robert Kaufman Collection: Trainers French Terry SKU: T238-1387 Type: French Terry Fiber Content: 95% Cotton and 5% Polyester Weave: Fleece Width: 61" 7.37 oz. per square yard. Fabric care: Machine wash cold; tumble dry low You can increase the longevity of your fabrics by hand washing, or on a gentle cycle in cold water with like colors using a fragrance free, non-chlorinated detergent. Dry your fabric on a low/medium cycle or line-dry Photo Credit: The picture with the green terry fabric is from Robert Kaufman Fabrics.