Fabric Weight:Very Lightweight = 0 – 3.4 oz/yd²
Lightweight = 3.5 – 5.9 oz/yd²
Medium Weight = 6 – 7.9 oz/yd²
Medium/Heavyweight = 8 – 9.9 oz/yd²
Heavyweight = 10 – 11.9 oz/yd²
Very Heavyweight = 12 – 25 oz/yd²
Fabric Weight Converter:200 gsm = 10 ounces per linear yard = 5.9 oz/yd²
230 gsm = 11 ounces per linear yard = 6.8 oz/yd²
240 gsm = 12 ounces per linear yard = 7.1 oz/yd²
260 gsm = 13 ounces per linear yard = 7.7 oz/yd²
300 gsm = 13 ounces per linear yard = 8.8 oz/yd²
- Use regular laundry detergent and wash on a warm temperature with a cold or warm rinse.
- Dry on medium or high heat
- Do not let the fabric sit or soak. Transfer wet fabric immediately in the dryer to avoid color bleeding
- Avoid mixing fabric with any abrasive materials during the wash and dry cycle
- Wash your lights and darks laundry separately, as darker dyes can alter lighter fabrics. Sort your greys, blacks, navies, reds, dark purples and similar colours into one load, and your pinks, lavenders, light blues, light greens and yellows into another laundry
- Do not bleach
- Do not use laundry pods
Due to printer calibration, there may be colour variances between print runs. It is recommended that all coordinated prints be submitted for print in sufficient quantities at the same time.
Due to the differences in calibration and colour correction between devices, it is possible that colours appear different in print than they do on your computer monitor, as well as between different display devices.
Angry Ballerina Fabrics as well as our printing partners try our best to provide single continuous cuts whenever possible. Custom printed fabric may have one or more cuts due to a variety of factors including, but not limited to: end of roll, stoppage due to print error, ink reserves depleted, printer jam, operator error.
Printed fabrics are measured and rounded down to the nearest half meter per cut. Each rounded cut is then added together to determine the total print length. For example, a cut of 6.75 m and a cut of 3.25 m would be rounded to 6.5 m and 3 m, for a total of 9.5 m billable.
What does the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® mean?
Toxins on some textiles can harm your health through breathing, skin contact and saliva. STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified products have been tested for harmful substances to protect your health.
This label certifies that every component of the product, from the fabric to the thread and accessories, has been rigorously tested against a list of up to 350 toxic chemicals.
Since 1992, STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® has been the world's best-known label for textile safety
To stay ahead of changes in materials, technologies and scientific data, OEKO-TEX® regularly updates its strict standards and methods.
More information : https://www.oeko-tex.com/
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At Angry Ballerina Fabrics, quality is a priority. Grade B fabrics or of second grade are fabrics that have not passed our quality control. The texture of the fabrics may be slightly different, or the color saturation may be less vivid than what we offer normally. The are still perfectly useable. Since they are not up to our standards, we offer them at a discount.
Small: Main element is about 2.5-4 cm high
Regular: Main element is about 5-7 cm high
Large: Main element is about 10 cm high
XL: Main element is more than 10 cm high
Due to the custom nature of this product scales could vary.