Here is a list of the MOST you can fit into each size box (depending on fabric thickness). For more specific questions about your order, please contact us.
PADDED FLAT RATE ENVELOPE (PFRE): up to 4 yards *$7.55 domestic
MEDIUM FLAT RATE BOX (MFRB): up to 7-10 yards *$13.20 domestic
LARGE FLAT RATE BOX (LFRB): up to 14-20 yards *$18.30 domestic
*INTERNATIONAL RATES: We ship with USPS products. International shipping can be expensive, but please be aware that we only charge what USPS charges. We, unfortunately, do not make these rates or have control over them.
*PLEASE NOTE: Orders of 40+ yards are over our calculators max so shipping is not charged until we can get an exact assessment of the cost of shipping. In these cases, we will contact you when we have an exact shipping total for you.
There are several types of double knit. These are more structured, stable knits that have more body than normal knits.
Liverpool - Liverpool is a poly spandex blend that is textured on the *right side of the fabric and smooth on the *wrong side. It’s typically 2-way stretch with great recovery. Because of it's thickness and body it has marvelous drape.
Idea's on what you can make: Pencil skirts, peplum tops, full circle skirts, blazers, dresses
Scuba - Scuba is another poly spandex blend that is smooth on both sides. No, this is not what they make scuba suits from. This also typically only has 2-way stretch with fantastic recovery. The drape on this is going to be similar to that of liverpool and ponte.
Idea's on what you can make: Pencil skirts, peplum tops, full circle skirts, blazers, dresses.
Ponte - Ponte is made up of poly spandex but is sometimes spun with rayon and cotton as well which will give it a little different feel to it. It has stiff stretch with excellent recovery. Because of it's qualities it has a nice drape like liverpool and scuba.
Idea's on what you can make: Pencil skirts, peplum tops, full circle skirts, blazers, pants, cuffs.
*Fabric has something called the "right" side. Most times this right side is what you see when wearing a garment, the "wrong" side being on the inside that touches your skin.