What is bridal satin?
Bridal Satin fabric is a glamorous and stylish fabric that is shiny and smooth on one side, while the other side is matte and textured. Woven with a satin weave, Bridal Satin has a medium weight, and sturdy drape when hung. Bridal satin fabric is dyed vibrantly, and available in a variety of vivid colors.
How do you iron bridal satin?
Bridal Satin fabric can easily be ironed or pressed. Prior to ironing or pressing, protect the Bridal Satin fabric by using a press cloth in between the fabric and iron or press. Set the iron or press to 300°F, 148°C, silk, polyester, or low temperature setting. After following these instructions, the Crepe Back Satin fabric is now ready to be pressed or ironed.
What is bridal satin used for?
Bridal Satin fabric can be used for a variety of glamorous, chic apparel and décor. Lustrous and smooth, Bridal Satin fabric really stands out and for this reason, the fabric is commonly found in blouses, pants, skirts, gowns, and dresses. Bridal Satin fabric is graceful and relaxed when hung and can be used to make creative decor projects. Some inspiring Bridal Satin ideas include, table linens, draperies, and embroidery fabrics.
What lining works best with bridal satin fabric?
Any lining works best with Bridal Satin, but it may not be necessary. When sewing with Bridal Satin fabric, the smooth and lustrous side of the fabric can be used in place of a lining.
How do you press bridal satin?
Bridal Satin fabric can easily be pressed or ironed. Prior to pressing or ironing, protect the Bridal Satin fabric by using a press cloth in between the fabric and press or iron. Set the press or iron to 300°F, 148°C, silk, polyester, or low temperature setting. After following these instructions, the Crepe Back Satin fabric is now ready to be ironed or pressed.