French Terry

French terry fabric has a smooth surface on the right side of fabric and loops on the wrong side of the fabric. Fabric content and weight varies, so check the individual fabric descriptions to find the perfect french terry for your project. For more information on french terry, including applications and an explanation of the different types of french terry, be sure to check out our French Terry Fabric Guide

Uses: Pullovers, pants, beanies, dresses (depending on the stretch), cardigans, etc.
Care: Wash cold, tumble dry low. Always pre-wash and dry.
Stretch: 2-way or 4-way.
Fabric Content: Varies. Cotton blends are typically warmer and heavier weight. Rayon blends are lighter weight with more drape.