What is Petersham Grosgrain Fabric?
- Petersham Grosgrain is a kind of fabric that may be identified by its ribbed appearance.
- Such texture is achieved by having weft threads that are heavier than the warp threads.
- It is most frequently used by milliners and tailors.
- Petersham in contrast to normal grosgrain has edges that are looped or scalloped rather than straight.
- Petersham was first produced in England.
- The fabric was named after Viscount Petersham, an English nobleman who lived in the seventeenth century.
- It is credited with inventing an overcoat and breeches made of a specific thick woolen material with a circular nap surface.
What Makes it Stand Out
The fabric has a rigid texture.
Petersham Grosgrain fabric is strong and durable in nature.
Applications & Usage
Pants, trousers, shirts, skirts, etc
Cushion covers, curtains, blankets, etc.
Trims, accents, laces, hats, ribbon, etc.
- It is recommended to wash the fabric in the washing machine with warm water.
- You can tumble dry or drip the dry
- The fabric can also be dry cleaned
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