7.5oz Standard Denim | Black

Available in Black & Navy Blue/Indigo this is a traditional jeans-weight denim fabric. Hard-wearing and resilient - absolutely perfect for jeans and widely used for creating funky bags & other projects.

Specification:

Width 150cm / 60" wide
Composition 100% Cotton
Bolt Length A full bolt is 20m

SKU#: 101239

7.5oz Standard Cotton Denim Fabric - Black | Empress Mills

7.5oz Standard Denim | Black

£8.20 per metre
  • Buy 3m for £7.80 each and save 5%
  • Buy 20m for £7.20 each and save 12%
Add a matching thread?

£4.80

Available to buy in increments of 0.5

Denim Fabric Info.

Indigo 7.5oz Denim Fabric is also available.

Part of our larger Denim Fabric Collection which includes a variety of weights, prints and even sequin denim options.

Fabric Ordering Guide

The fabric is priced per metre.

To order simply add metres to your basket. Orders will be cut as one continuous length up to the standard 20m full bolt option. Half metres are available by entering 0.5 (half metre), 1.5 (one and a half metres) etc.

Looking to buy Denim Designs or Plains in Bulk Wholesale Quantities? Please Contact Us for further information.

Recommended Thread

We recommend stitching our Denim Fabrics with Empress Thread Plus. This sewing thread offers extra strength (perfect for this wadded fabric) but is still fine enough to run on a standard Universal Sewing Machine Needle.

This is the thread that is included when you 'add a matching thread' above.

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More Information
Colour Black

The manufacturer advises the following care instructions however we always advise testing a small piece first to make sure you are 100% happy.

Washable at 30°
Iron Setting 1
Warm Tumble Dry
Do Not Bleach

We recommend washing the first few times alone - as with many types of denim the dye does tend to bleed initially.