Fabric Care Codes

- Jul 19, 2017 -

We recommend you treat the fabric before cutting in the same manner you plan to care for it once the garment is constructed. For those of you who wash most of your fabrics, we suggest that you wash a measured scrap of the fabric first. If you are satisfied with the results, then pre-wash your full piece of fabric using that method.

The following fabric care codes may be indicated in our product descriptions:

MMachine Wash — Tumble Dry
We suggest Warm/Cold water on a regular or permanent press cycle in your washer. Tumble Dry Low.
CCool Wash — Low Dry
We suggest Cold/Cold on a gentle cycle in your washer. Tumble Dry Extra Low. C-Flat indicates tumble to remove moisture and then dry flat. Best policy for many knits.
H/DHand Wash or Dry Clean
For hand washing we suggest tepid water with mild soap and a thorough rinse. Hang folded over a clothes rack or on a line with a series of pins to support the weight. We recommend you test wash a swatch first to be sure you are satisfied with the results. If not, dry cleaning is appropriate.  H-Flat indicates to dry flat instead of hanging to dry.
H/CHand Wash or Cool Wash
We suggest this method when the fiber is washable, but the construction of the fabrication is more fragile and will not thrive with strong agitation.  If you are not satisfied with your test wash, dry cleaning is appropriate.
DDry Clean Only
We suggest professional dry cleaning.

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