This is a 3-pass, polyester Blackout Drapery Lining Fabric. This room-darkening material is used to help keep rooms cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, as well as create fullness in custom drapery panels. The extra body this lining fabric adds to drapes improves the look and draping qualities of your window treatment.
Great for all-season usage, Blackout Drapery Lining Fabric is lightweight, easy to sew and simple to maintain. Blackout Fabric can be used to create beautiful curtains and draperies, it is perfect for bedrooms, media rooms, boat cabins and so much more.
Intended for indoor use only. Do not use for outdoor projects.
|Sale Unit:||Sold per linear yard|
|Fabric Content:||100% Polyester|
|Fabric Design:||Solid & Variegated|
|Weight:||8.3 ounces per square yard|
|Care & Cleaning:||Cleaning Code S - Dry Clean Recommended|
|RV & Auto:||Curtains|
Great blackout liner for bedroom wondows!
Very good quality blackout fabric, easy to cut, does not fray, and does not shrink when ironed. Excellent light filtration. Used on curtains for a bedroom on windows that already had roller shades in place but was not blocking all of the light. The curtains complimented the shade nicely.
This lining fabric is so beautiful and easy to work with. And it arrived quickly. I am so glad I got it from Sailrite. I am making a bunch of blackout lined drapes. For my first set, I bought lining from a fabric store online. It was very stiff and had a gray caste to the color. It was for a back bedroom, so I used it anyway. The contrast with the Sailrite lining is unbelievable! The Sailrite lining is very white, has a great feel and drapes well. I am so pleased to have found it.
Ordered this blackout fabric to replace windows shades in our Sandcreek Schoolhouse Museum. Looks great and should las longer than regular window shades
Arrived timely and wrapped neatly on a roll - no wrinkles!
Beautiful blackout lining...pure white, and doesn't feel "plastic-y" like some blackout linings.
Heavier than needed but works fine.
Thank you, Sailrite!
This is my first use of blackout lining, but I was so happy that Sailrite could supply as my local stores could not. I light the weight of the fabric, and it dies a great job of keeping guest bedrooms dark in the early mornings at the Jersey shore. The only surprise was that in the places where I sewed rings for my Roman shades through both the lining and the face fabric, the light shone through the stitch holes.