Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Quilt Fabric
Fabric Care Instructions, Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Quilt Fabric, Snow, 100 % Cotton
- Made with 100 cotton that makes it ideal for making clothes
- Features fabric care instructions that make it easy to use and clean
- Comes cut-by-the-yard feature that allows users to select the length of the fabric according to their needs
- May not be ideal for making face masks
Analysis of 300+ reviews for Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Quilt Fabric
BestViewsReviews analyzed 8,711 reviews for 27 products in the Craft & Hobby Fabric category.
We analyzed a total of 344 reviews for this product out of which, 305 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 80% reviews were positive while around 17% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Quilt Fabric
This product received a total score of 8.99 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
Users of this product said
I ordered 4 yds of black fabric for the back of the table runners, but it's not thin like the broadcloth I never sew with, and it's not as thick as the one I use in quilt making.
Kona Cotton is a great color for a variety of projects and this black was what I needed for a project I was working on. Shrinkage was minimal and dye did not bleed.
I needed to top off an order for free shipping and I was leery of buying fabrics that I couldn't see, but I was happy to get this basic black.
Kaufman Konas is a very soft and creamy color, not too off-white, but not so bright that it won't match mellow colors, and thick enough to give your quilt backing a really luxurious feel.
This is costing me 4 per yard for the 8 inches of fabric that I lose, and it is a great product if you need something nice quality and the extra 2 inch width loss doesn't matter.
Question & Answers
How many yards is the bolt? Can the entire bolt be purchased?
I ordered 5 yards, which is the minimum Bolts typically hold.
Is it possible for this fabric to be dyed?
I have dyed cottons in the past without a problem and don't see why this fabric should have any issues.
What is the average amount of shrinkage?
It wasn't enough to be noticed if there was any shrinkage after I washed my fabric.
Is this good for shibori dye?
I have never dyed this fabric, but I think it's a superior cotton fabric.
Is it shiny or flat?
It's flat, not shiny.