ARGON 49

$12.50

ARGON 49 Fabric is specially made for us as the cutting edge ultimate nylon quilt material. This 7 denier taffeta fabric resists wind and sheds water enough to be the outer shell of a quilt, yet it is breathable enough to be used as the inner shell. It has a very tight weave and a quality DWR coating, is calendared and completely downproof. The material has a silky feel and is baby soft.

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ARGON 49 Fabric is specially made for us as the cutting edge ultimate nylon quilt material. This 7 denier taffeta fabric resists wind and sheds water enough to be the outer shell of a quilt, yet it is breathable enough to be used as the inner shell. It has a very tight weave and a quality DWR coating, is calendared and completely downproof. The material has a silky feel and is baby soft.

*All Specs are estimates and may vary from color to color and batch to batch.

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  • 0.49 ounce per square yard
  • 7 denier nylon
  • 13.89 grams per sq yard
  • 22.67 grams per linear yard
  • Width: 59-60″ (with selvage)

 

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Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
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SKU HAO031

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    Charles Morrow

    Is this fabric suitable for underquilt protectors? If so, do you have plans to make some?

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      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      We don’t plan to use this for underquilt protectors, but it is possible. Email us for custom design options: sales@dutchwaregear.com

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    sbreve1

    What needle and thread to you suggest for this thin fabric? It seems that the Mara 70 or Tera 80 thread would be too large. Thank you.

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