Range of Organza Fabrics
Choose your organza option
Max Print: 1.39m
Roll Width: 1.41m
Handwash only, hang to dry. Low heat iron.
How to Care for your Printed Organza Fabric
Due to the delicate nature, we recommend dry cleaning only, however you can wash this fabric by hand, in cold water with silk detergent and hang to dry. No washing machine or tumble drier! It doesn't mind being ironed should you need to, but you mustn't use steam.
When you design your material, you'll have 4 options on how you want the edges to be finished. We can cut on the line, hemmed with white thread, hemmed with black thread or just left as a rough cut. What you should know is that sheer organza fabric does fray, so please bear this in mind when choosing how you want the edges to be finished.
What Can I Use Organza For?
Some of the interesting ideas we see are beautifully printed pouches and personalised organza fabric. These are ideal for giving little gifts or putting your wedding favours in. But the uses go further than that. A great DIY craft project to embark upon is to make your own organza curtains. The natural drape and transparency would look amazing in on a conservatory window, or decorative indoor frame curtain. Scarves, ribbons, fascinator hat embellishments, stage backdrops, decorative skirt underlining...the list could go on!
Organza's light yet firm properties make it an ideal fabric for bridal wear, trim and accessories. The colour gets stronger as it is layered and it's made from 100% silk, giving it beautiful transparency and a luxurious feel.