Sales unit * 1 sheet 18" x 15"
Size * Width 18" x length 15"
Thickness 0.5mm or less ( a little bit thicker than paper thin)
Color * Background color-black
Material * Portuguese cork oak 50%
Cork fabric is hot in America this year!
A thin, durable and water-resistant fabric made by laminating the highest quality cork oak chips from Portugal with a TC lining.
This cork fabric is the thinnest of all the cork fabrics sold around the world.
Can be sewn or ironed (iron with a cloth).
It's foldable, but it's elastic, so you don't have to worry about ironing the creases like you would with fabric.
Die-cut into any shape and perfect for making decorations.
Even when cut, the cut surface will not fray.
You can also add patterns using stencils or stamps.
There are gaps between the cork chips here and there, but depending on the viewing angle you don't notice them, and when you stack two layers of cork fabric, you can hardly notice them.
If you attach the lining fabric and shine the light on it, the color of the lining will disappear.
You can also make accessories such as handbags, tote bags, wallets, trays for small items, appliqués, wrapped buttons, die-cut brooches, and earrings.
You can make cushions, tablecloths, luncheon mats, die-cut cork fabric for wreath decorations, and use it for a wide range of purposes, from interior accessories to fashion accessories.
It has a smooth leather-like feel, but without the weight of leather, and is a plant-based, eco-friendly alternative to leather.
After the cork is harvested, the cork trees absorb a lot of carbon dioxide, contributing to the prevention of global warming.
Try making original pieces using environmentally friendly materials and fun patterns that won't make you think of cork.