Sunbrella® Elements Upholstery Fabric Sample Color Card displays all of the Sunbrella Elements Collection fabric options to make color selection easier. Sunbrella is a soft, breathable, solution-dyed acrylic that is UV, water and mildew resistant, and does not noticeably shrink or stretch. This comfortable, beautiful upholstery fabric collection makes the dining or living room a worry-free space for families and pets. It's amazingly easy to maintain, and most spills can be cleaned with mild soap and water. Sunbrella upholstery fabric is perfect for cushions, pillows, upholstery projects, patio umbrellas, boat interiors, porches and gazebos.
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- 100% solution dyed acrylic
- UV resistant
- High water resistance
- Mildew resistant
- Breathable to prevent condensation
- Minimal shrinking or stretching
- Fade resistant
- Stain resistant
- Easy to sew (use V-69 thread with a #16 needle)
|Fabric Content:||100% Acrylic|
|Popular Collection:||Sunbrella Upholstery|
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Why Pick Sunbrella Upholstery Fabric
With Sunbrella you’ll never have to sacrifice style for durability. All Sunbrella fabrics are 100% solution-dyed acrylic and are soft, breathable and UV, water, mold and stain resistant. Find out more about why these fabrics are the top choice for indoor, outdoor and marine applications.
Why Pick Sunbrella®
Discover why Sunbrella fabrics are the best choice for every area of your life! These solution-dyed acrylic fabrics are incredibly durable and can be used for marine, home, patio and hobby projects. Check out our short video to learn why you should pick Sunbrella!
I love how you can see all the color samples and get a feel for the. Before larger swatches are ordered.
Great color card and representation of the Sunbrella fabric colors.
This exactly what I needed.
Good for solids bad for patterns
Fine, except that only solids were actual fabric. Patterned "fabrics" were illustration.