6987414 Waverly CLASSIC TICKING VINTAGE INK 6541 Ticking Stripe Upholstery And Drapery Fabric

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Waverly CLASSIC TICKING VINTAGE INK 6541 Ticking Stripe Upholstery And Drapery Fabric

Waverly Classic Ticking 654140 Ink from the A Fine Vintage collection, is a classic, small scale, woven ticking stripe. Colored in Federal Blue against Shell White, this is a yarn dyed woven stripe In a one hundred percent cotton construction. The widest stripe is approximately one quarter inch with a Horizontal repeat of one half inch. This is a wonderful coordinate pattern for woven and print designs. It is suitable for drapery fabric, curtains, cornice boards, table toppers, pillows, cushions, bedding, headboards and furniture upholstery fabric.

Cleaning Instructions: DRY CLEAN ONLY
Fabric Collection: A FINE VINTAGE
Width: 54"
Fiber Content: 100% COTTON
Pattern Repeat: Horiz=0.40"
Abrasion Rating: 15,000 DOUBLE RUBS
Type: Dobby Weave Fabric
Pattern: Stripe Fabric, Ticking Stripe Fabric
Use: Furniture Upholstery Fabric, Drapery Fabric

Manufactured To Meet The Flammability Safety Rating Contained In:
UFAC CLASS I
NFPA 260 CLASS I
CALIFORNIA TECHNICAL BULLETIN #117-2013 PASSED

Color Family Grouping: Blue - Turquoise - Aqua
Fabric Type Grouping: Waverly CLASSIC TICKING VINTAGE INK 6541, Dobby Weave Fabric, Stripe Fabric, Ticking Stripe Fabric
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