Crafters and sewers use organza fabric for a variety of applications. It works well for large-scale decorations such as wedding arches, chair sashes, bows and more. Organza can also be used for garment creation, and makes great accents such as overlays on dresses and skirts and creation of dancewear. This buying guide will help you find the perfect organza fabric for any project you have in mind, whether small or large scale.
Best Organza Fabrics
Here are our organza fabric reviews.
This 100% polyester organza fabric is sheer and has a shiny finish. It comes in 34 solid colors. The fabric has a width of 60 inches and can be cut in any length you want, so you can get exactly how much you need for your project. It is the perfect fabric for decoration or for making fancy dress garments such as gowns.
- 100% polyester
- No stretch
- Cut to order
This Awilon organza fabric is multicolored, which will help you add a distinctive touch to any project you have in mind. It is great for decorative projects and also suitable for creating garments such as tutus. It is thin and soft, so is perfect for draping or creating swags.
- Lightweight, thin and soft
- 16 feet by 54 inches
This Havii organza fabric is available in five different colors and comes in two different sizes. It is a great choice for decorations such as table runners, swags, and bows. It is reusable, but should be hand washed in cold water and hung up to air dry.
- Single piece of fabric, 197×53 or 394×53
- Hand wash
- Light, transparent texture
This Parfair Dessin sheer organza fabric is sold by the yard and can be cut to order, so you can get exactly as much as you need. It comes in 35 solid colors. It works well for wedding and other decoration projects, and will create beautiful bows and draping. It can also be used for garments.
- Shiny finish
- 44 inches wide
- 35 colors available\
The Fabric Exchange’s organza fabric is solid colored, sheer, and made from 100% polyester. It is a great choice to add sheer decorations to garments such as dresses or dance wear, and also can be used to make decorations both for home and for events such as weddings.
- Plain weave
- 100% polyester
Organza Fabric Buyer’s Guide
Crafters and sewers often choose organza fabric when they want to create garments such as formal dresses and dance wear or large-scale decorative projects such as wedding decoration. The fabrics in this buying guide are suitable for a wide range of projects and the guide will help you find the perfect fabric for any project. There are a number of factors that are important to consider when selecting the appropriate fabric for your project.
The first factors to consider are the composition of the fabric and its care requirements. Most organza fabrics are made of 100% polyester. Some can be machine washed on the cold setting, but should be air dried for the best results. This is an important factor to take into consideration when creating garments, because it will take some effort to wash them so they should not be something that is meant for heavy use. The 100% polyester composition does mean that organza fabrics drape well without excessive wrinkling, which makes them a great choice for decoration projects for weddings, such as creating a wedding arch or bows for pews and chairs. The finish of the fabric is another factor to consider, and this buying guide includes both solid and transparent fabrics, depending on the fabric type you want. Materials are also available in a range of colors to match any color scheme.
Another factor to consider is what project you want to use the organza fabric for. Fabrics in this buying guide are available either by the piece (most pieces are larger) or can be ordered by the yard. Larger pieces are a great choice for large scale decoration projects such as ceiling swags, wedding arches, and chair swags. With fabric that is cut to order, you have the option of ordering exactly as much fabric as you need for your project. By using this buying guide, you will be able to find the perfect organza project for your fabric.