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Knitted Elastic - 50 yds. x 1 1/2" - Black

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Quality made sewing notions.

Knitted elastic retains shape and stays flat when stretched. It is a quality elastic for use with all types of fabrics. This light-weight, knitted elastic is similar to braided elastic but does not narrow. Can be used on the outside of garments (linen, lingerie, blouses, etc.) as well as in casings. Also used for waistbands, belts, suspenders, sweat bands and horse blankets. It features a horizontal pull that stretches lengthwise. Machine wash only and do not dry cleanable. Available in a variety of colors and sizes.

Features

  • Retains shape and stays flat when stretched
  • Light-weight
  • Can be used outside of garments as well as in casings
  • Features a horizontal pull that stretches lengthwise
  • Available in a variety of colors
  • Available in a variety of sizes

Product Specifications

Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 50 Yds. L x 1 1/2" W
Material: 70% Polyester, 30% Natural Latex
I have been cutting down 3/4" elastic into 1/4" strips for masks. Some fraying does occur, but you peel it off - just that fray - and after that, the piece doesn't seem to fray any more.
LINDA Y.
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Thanks for this helpful information. A lot of people will be happy to hear it.
Lisa P.
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I wanted to know if this elastic can be cut from 2" to 1" without it falling apart? I like buying the wider for adults but also being able to cut to any shorter size for kids clothes
MAGGIE A.
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We asked the manufacturer your question. They said it can be done, but that it will fray.
Lisa P.
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Is this safe to use for swim wear top/waist bands?
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Our EL103 is a Swimwear Elastic made out of cotton and neoprene which may be more suitable. The neoprene is resistant to saltwater, chlorine, oil and solvents.
Lisa P.
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I am looking for 3/4 In elastic but want something soft to use in baby and kids waistbands. Is this soft like your 1 1/2 in Sport Elastic?
BONNIE M.
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It will not be as soft as the sports elastic,
Lisa P.
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Can this elastic be stitched through for waistbands on pants? I used to purchase elastic like this, but can't find it anymore.
MARJORIE E.
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Yes, this elastic can be sewn through. Knitted elastic does not narrow when pierced by needles or stretched and is excellent for sewing directly to fabric or inserted into casing.
Joseph D.
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Is this plush elastic? Like soft for men's boxers?
Kathia I.
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It is not a “plush-back” elastic. We do carry another product, our stock number EL-65WH which is the “plush back”.
Ahmed M.
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What is the best thread for sewing in elastic?
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Any thread with a polyester core/polyester cover or 100% polyester that has a high breaking strength is a good choice. If using a home machine, we suggest increasing the stitch density (more stitches per inch) to get the maximum stretch. The best application is a zig-zag stitch which puts in more thread per inch and has provides more give. When using an industrial machine, a cover stitch or flatlock machine is the best as this is 5 or 6 needle, hence more thread and more give. Another option is to make a casing or tunnel for the elastic to be threaded into, giving the gathered edge a chance to stretch only when the elastic is fully stretched.
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Why would elastic shrink? And is there a way to prevent this?
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Elastic, even shrink resistant elastic can shrink. To help avoid shrinking, cut the elastic using a hot blade and sew the ends. Shrinking is a property of rubber. When elastic is made it is put on a bed and pulled through a roller, thus the elastic is under some pressure. By cutting the ends, the elastic doesn’t have that tension holding it in place and it will shrink back into itself
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What is the tensile strength of our elastic?
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Tensile strength of elastic cannot be measured because most equipment can only measure solid items like thread, wire, etc. Because of the stretch properties of elastic these machines “bottom-out” before the elastic breaks.
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Do we carry “horizontal pull” elastic?
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Yes, all of our elastic is considered horizontal pull, meaning that is stretches lengthwise.
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What is the best thread for sewing in elastic?
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Any thread with a polyester core/polyester cover or 100% polyester that has a high breaking strength is a good choice. If using a home machine, we suggest increasing the stitch density (more stitches per inch) to get the maximum stretch. The best application is a zig-zag stitch which puts in more thread per inch and has provides more give. When using an industrial machine, a cover stitch or flatlock machine is the best as this is 5 or 6 needle, hence more thread and more give. Another option is to make a casing or tunnel for the elastic to be threaded into, giving the gathered edge a chance to stretch only when the elastic is fully stretched.
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