Best Homespun Fabrics
Here are our homespun fabric reviews.
This collection of homespun fabrics comes in over thirty-five different prints. Homespun cotton is very versatile and can be used for many different projects. This homespun cotton canvas can be used to make apparel items like skirts, blouses, shorts, pants, dresses, coats, and more. It can also be used to sew accessories like tote bags, or home décor items like window treatments, or table top items like placemats.
- Machine wash, tumble dry- do not use bleach
- Comes in 42” widths
- Fabric is lightweight and is made from 100% cotton
This line of fabric is lightweight. Homespun is a versatile fabric that can be used for many different sewing projects. This fabric can be used to make apparel items, for home décor, and even for quilting.
- Available in 44” widths
- This line of homespun fabric comes in different plaids
- This homespun fabric is made from 100% cotton
Plaid is a popular print for homespun fabric and this line comes in several different shades. This line of homespun is woven and features 21,000 double rubs. It is a great fabric to use to make window treatments and bedding. Because it is a heavyweight fabric, this line could also be used for some upholstery projects.
- This heavyweight homespun fabric is a blend of 53% polyester, 29% linen, and 18% cotton
- Available in 55” widths
- Dry clean
This fabric is a lightweight textured solid. Homespun fabric is very versatile and can be used for a wide variety of projects- anything from apparel to home décor, accessories to window treatments. This fabric belongs to a line that comes in many other solid colors, but is also available in a large variety of prints as well.
- This lightweight fabric is made from 100% cotton
- Available in 42” widths
- Machine wash on gentle, or dry clean
This woven homespun fabric is a medium weight fabric that features 35,000 double rubs. Homespun fabric can be an excellent option for home décor projects and accents. This fabric can be used for window treatments and for different upholstery projects.
- Dry clean
- This fabric is a blend of 58% cotton and 42% polyester
- Available in 55” widths
Homespun Fabric Buying Guide
Homespun fabric is a versatile fabric that comes in different weights. Fabric can be lightweight, medium weight, or even heavier weight. Because the fabric comes in so many different lines, it can be used for anything from apparel to upholstery projects. Homespun, though popularly made with cotton, can also be made with synthetic fibers like polyester and can come in poly/cotton blends.
Homespun fabric can sometimes be laundered in the washing machine, or even in the dryer, depending on the line of fabric. Other fabrics can be machine washed on gentle only. Each line will have its own care instruction as to how to properly launder the fabric. Some homespun fabric is required to be dry cleaned. Properly caring for your fabric helps ensure that the fabric lasts.
There are lines of homespun fabric that can be purchased quite inexpensively. Some lines start at just over ten dollars a yard, and can be cheaper if larger amounts of fabric are purchased. Other lines of homespun, especially heavier weight fabrics, are often more expensive and might run around the forty to fifty dollar a yard mark. Homespun is very versatile and even lighter weight fabrics can be used for many different projects. Each project will have its own requirements and the weight of fabric purchased will often be determined by these needs.
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