Powernet Stretch Tulle - Warm Beige

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Power net is a super stretchy mesh fabric suitable for use with lightweight jersey fabrics.

Also used to line swim and active wear, it can also be used for sleeves and sheer panels in fitted garments and underwear.

This is a lightweight mesh fabric that will stretch with your jersey.

160cm wide 93% polyamide 7% elastane. 

We now sell all our dressmaking fabric in HALF METRE increments. The price is per HALF METRE. Enter 2 in the quantity box to buy 1 metre etc. All orders will be cut in a continuous piece.

We try our best to give an accurate representation of our fabrics, however due to varying monitor settings the colours may differ slightly to the original fabric. If you want to be sure about the colour, weight or size of a design please order a sample.

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  • 5
    Versatile stretch lining

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Oct 2017

    I love this fabric. It is easy to work with and versatile as stretch lining, especially under lace fabrics.

  • 5
    new to me

    Posted by margaret snellgrove on 23rd Sep 2017

    I make pencil skirts with very fine fabric and was struggling to find the right sort of stretchy material to line them with. Problem solved. When are you stocking the black version of this?

  • 5
    Light, ladder free stretch lining.

    Posted by Betty Biscuit on 7th Oct 2016

    Distracted by the more glamorous fabrics on the site, I hadn't really paid attention to this Powernet Stretch Lining until I bought some gorgeous Missoni wool and Josie suggested its use. It proved a perfect way to preserve my modesty while also providing a subtle support for the main fabric, moving with the wool and preventing 'overstretch', because the Powernet itself has such good recovery.
    I cut it out using weights & a rotary cutter and sewed with a 'Microtex Sharp' needle, which gave perfect results. Unlike a different type of stretch lining I've tried (bought elsewhere!), the Powernet did not ladder at all when stretched or cut, which was a great boon. This lining fabric may not be very exciting, but it IS: light with good stretch recovery, economical, easy to work with and excellent quality - what else could I want (aside from world peace and a mountain of glorious fabrics)??