Raphael Dyed #10 Duck (15 Oz)

$7.25
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Raphael #10 Duck - Water Repellent & Anti-Bacterial  

"Raphael" is our dyed collection of fabrics in the 15 Oz. (#10) cotton duck. The dyeing and finishing is completely done in the U.S.A. With an array of colors, we are confident that our collection will impress your most discerning client! “Resilient” is one word that sums up our Raphael. With just a little care, the products produced from this collection will give years of performance, without breaking a sweat!

Why Raphael?  

The unbleached fabric is custom woven with yarns of higher twist (called as C.S.P) and extra-clean cotton. The woven fabric has less weaving defects and dyes well. We use “Direct Dyes” - an optimum balance between dye penetration, crock standards and price. The finished product is water repellent as well as anti-bacterial (mildew repellent). The wax used in the finishing process helps minimize the needle-breakage on the sewing machine. It also gives a nice "beefy" hand to the final product. Please check our F.A.Q section which answers most of the common questions you will have on our dyed fabrics. If you have a specific question, please contact us. We will be happy to assist you.

The color images below match closely to the originals. But depending on the color settings on your monitor, it may vary a little.

Suggested Use: Director Chairs, Tote Bags, Sleeves, Messenger Bags, etc. 

Raphael Dyed #10 Duck (15 Oz) (Water/Mildew Repellent)

 

50 yds

 

25 yds

 

1-24 yds

Width

$/Yard

$/Roll

 

$/Yard

$/Roll

 

$/Yard

$/Roll

58"

$ 5.75

$ 287.50

 

$ 6.25

$ 156.25

 

$ 7.25

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Technical Specifications (Raphael #10 Duck Dyed)

Yarns: 7/2 O.E x 7/2 O.E

Thread Count: 42x27

Width: 58/59"

Weight: 15 Oz/Sq.Yd

Water Repellent & Mildew Repellent

 

 

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pic-raph-rolls.jpg 
Raphael #10 Duck - Water Repellent & Anti-Bacterial  

"Raphael" is our dyed collection of fabrics in the 15 Oz. (#10) cotton duck. The dyeing and finishing is completely done in the U.S.A. With an array of colors, we are confident that our collection will impress your most discerning client! “Resilient” is one word that sums up our Raphael. With just a little care, the products produced from this collection will give years of performance, without breaking a sweat!

Why Raphael?  

The unbleached fabric is custom woven with yarns of higher twist (called as C.S.P) and extra-clean cotton. The woven fabric has less weaving defects and dyes well. We use “Direct Dyes” - an optimum balance between dye penetration, crock standards and price. The finished product is water repellent as well as anti-bacterial (mildew repellent). The wax used in the finishing process helps minimize the needle-breakage on the sewing machine. It also gives a nice "beefy" hand to the final product. Please check our F.A.Q section which answers most of the common questions you will have on our dyed fabrics. If you have a specific question, please contact us. We will be happy to assist you.

The color images below match closely to the originals. But depending on the color settings on your monitor, it may vary a little.

Suggested Use: Director Chairs, Tote Bags, Sleeves, Messenger Bags, etc. 

Raphael Dyed #10 Duck (15 Oz) (Water/Mildew Repellent)

 

50 yds

 

25 yds

 

1-24 yds

Width

$/Yard

$/Roll

 

$/Yard

$/Roll

 

$/Yard

$/Roll

58"

$ 5.75

$ 287.50

 

$ 6.25

$ 156.25

 

$ 7.25

**

 

Technical Specifications (Raphael #10 Duck Dyed)

Yarns: 7/2 O.E x 7/2 O.E

Thread Count: 42x27

Width: 58/59"

Weight: 15 Oz/Sq.Yd

Water Repellent & Mildew Repellent

 

 

Reviews (3)

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Great stuff

This product arrived very quickly and I am totally satisfied. It is a nice color, very thick and the two yards are very generous. I haven’t sewn with it yet but I suspect it will grade high in that category too.
Posted by Scott St Denis on 20th May 2019

Very Satisfied!

Material has a good hand and easy handling for sewing. Excellent quality upon receiving and inspecting. Looking forward to seeing how the fabric wears and ages when manufactured into end use items.
Posted by Greg on 7th Mar 2018

good fabric for an outdoor rug

This fabric is heavy enough for an outdoor rug
Posted by Beryl Newell on 11th Jun 2017