Actual colors may vary depending on individual monitor settings
Pattern direction runs up the roll unless pictured or stated otherwise
Multiple yards of the same item are shipped in one continuous piece
Vertical Repeat: 10.875"
Horizontal Repeat: 6.625"
Fabric Weave: Silk / Faux Silk
Design: Plaid / Check, Geometric
Bridal/Fashion / Light Weight Drapery
Plaid faux silk taffeta fabric. It's perfect for draperies, valances, pillows, duvets and other bedding, etc. / Silky sheen and flow / Soft and durable body. / Colors: Mango Orange, Gold, and Persimmon (with small stripes of green, fuchsia, and gold)
Washing Instructions & Info
As a general rule, unless stated otherwise, home decorator products are recommended to be dry cleaned. This does not mean they will not wash well... It just means to wash at your own risk. If you intend to wash an item after it has been made, we strongly encourage you to test a small piece first to make sure it is suitable for washing; and if you are satisfied with the result, then proceed with washing the entire yardage. Also remember to wash the product in the same manner you will wash the project afterwards (i.e. Do not wash in a warmer temp. after your project has been made and do not dry in dryer if the initial yardage was not dried in dryer).
We want your shopping experience with us to be as pleasurable and hassle free as possible. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, please return your unaltered order within 30 days of the original ship date for a full refund minus the original shipping charge. To ensure a simple return process, please follow the policy guidelines listed below. There is no need to contact us before returning an order unless a return is needed due to defective merchandise or an error on our part. If this is the case, please click here to contact us.
Policy Guidelines & Information
Ship or mail returns to:
Warehouse Fabrics Inc
1726 US Hwy 43
Winfield, AL 35594
This fabric was so easy to work with and hangs beautifully. I have peach walls in my sewing room and was looking for a drape to "spice" it up. I made 2 pair of lined pleated drapes. They are beautiful. The morning sun really lights them up. (I didn't use a heavy liner or blackout liner).
The fabric will be used as an accent on the header of my silk drapery panels and also be used to make fixed Roman shades on clerestory windows that are between the panels. When the drapes and shade are made, I will submit a photo.