2019 Fine Beige Sofa Fabric

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    2019 Fine Beige Sofa Fabric

    burnout ,burnout printing is special in velvet

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    $1.79已售出0

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    Feature:Memory,Anti-Static,Tear-Resistant,Shrink-Resisitant
    Use:Awning,Bedding,Blanket,Home Textile,Sofa,Upholst
    Certification:SGS ,ISO9001
    Model Number:solution spun polyester fabric
    Color:can make follow your sample
    Design:Buyer's Request
    Name: solution dyed spun polyester fabric
    Place of origin: China
    Sort: polyester fabric
    Product name:printing
    MOQ:1000meter one color
    Supply Ability:900,000,000meters per month
    Packaging&Delivery
    Packaging Details :Depend on your demand or plastic bag+PE
    Port:Shanghai/ Ningbo
    Lead Time:15-40
    Product Description
     polyester fabric for  funiture

    Item

    solution dyed spun polyester fabric for funiture
    Material 100% polyester fabric
    Width 140cm-280cm
    Weight 260gsm
    pattern Yarn Dyed
    Feature Anti-Static,fade resistant
    Color fastness 6-7Grade(Europe Standard)
    Payment T/T or L/C
    Sample Available 1-3 working days
    Use Sofa and curtain and pillow
    Velvet is a type of woven tufted fabric in which the cut threads are evenly distributed, with a short dense pile, giving it a distinctive soft feel. By extension, the word velvety means "smooth like velvet." Velvet can be made from either synthetic or natural fibers.



    Velvet can be made from several different kinds of fibers, traditionally, the most expensive of which is silk. Much of the velvet sold today as "silk velvet" is actually a mix of rayon and silk.[1] Velvet made entirely from silk is rare and usually has market prices of several hundred US dollars per yard. Cotton is also used to make velvet, though this often results in a less luxurious fabric. Velvet can also be made from fibers such as linen, mohair, and wool. A cloth made by the Kuba people of the Democratic Republic of Congo from raffia is often referred to as "Kuba velvet". More recently, synthetic velvets have been developed, mostly from polyester, nylon, viscose, acetate, and from either mixtures of different synthetics or from combined synthetics and natural fibers (for example viscose mixed with silk produces a very soft, reflective fabric). A small percentage of spandex is sometimes added to give the final material a certain amount of stretch (hence "stretch velvet").