- Unit Type: lot (10 Yards/lot)
- Package Weight: 0.4kg (0.88lb.)
- Package Size: 20cm x 10cm x 3cm (7.87in x 3.94in x 1.18in)
Fabric: silk habutai / silk habotai
Material: 100% silk
Weight: 8m/m (34gsm)
Width: 114cm / 45"
Color: bright yellow 64#
If this color is not match your requirement, please refer to our color chart for all habutai fabric:
This item suit for women\'s dress, shirt, overcoat, scarf, lining, etc, any where you can use will be fine.
if you need any silk with any patterns,Please tell me.I\'m silk businessman in china.I think i can find that for you in my warehouse,and we have large quantity of silk.
The following item is from some customer\'s usage, only for your reference, not the sale item.
For Scarf or hijab
For women\'s dress, shirt, overcoat, etc
For silk ribbon or decoration
How to take care silk fabric and finished products:
Washing: hand washing is advice, silk is a natural protein fiber so do not use harsh detergents that contain bleaches or brighteners - use only PH neutral detergents. Soaking silk for any more than a few minutes should be avoided.
Drying: Do not wring or twist, roll in towel to extract water. Avoid drying silk in direct sunlight. Either hang the silk scarf to dry, it will hold its shape or put the silk scarf between two white towels and let it dry horizontally by itself. Wet silk may yellow in direct sunlight or on a radiator. We do not recommend drying silk in a clothes dryer since it can damage the scarf.
Ironing: always iron the scarf when wet/humid using medium settings or cool iron setting ("Silk" setting on the iron or 2 points - 100ºC to 150ºC). Too much heat can dull or burn silk fabric, do not iron for a long period of time. If the scarf is dry, vaporize it with water before ironing. Do not wet locally as this may cause rings. Most wrinkles in silk can be removed by hanging the scarf in the bathroom during a shower. Let the humidity do the ironing for you!
Storage: keep the scarf rolled instead of folded so the fibers do not suffer for a long period of time. If the scarf should be kept for a long period of time, avoid direct light and insects, avoiding, as well, plastic bags, so the fibers can breath.