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Strawberry Tulle Fabric at JoAnn Fabric and Craft Store

Hi everyone! A few weeks ago, I went to JoAnn Fabric and Craft store for fabric and new sewing patterns. While shopping around, I found a bolt of tulle fabric with strawberries on it. I thought about if I should purchase it, but I ended up not. (I had other sewing projects I wanted to purchase fabric for instead) Even though I didn’t purchase the fabric, I liked it a lot and reminded me a lot of the Strawberry Dress that went viral a few years ago. I decided to write a post about the fabric, it’s cost, and anything else I felt of noteworthiness about it.

This is what the fabric looks like…

Since it is tulle, it is sheer. I thought draping the bolt and fabric on top of other bolts of fabric would make the fabric easier to see.

The fabric is from JoAnn’s Glitterbug line of fabric. According to the information at the end of the cardboard bolt core, it is called Sequin Mesh. The fabric is 100% polyester and the embroidery is 100% rayon. It is 51 inches in width without counting the salvage edges of the fabric. The fabric’s care is hand wash in cold water, no chlorine bleach. It must be line dried and should not be ironed. There are 8 yards per bolt. It costs $24.99 per yard.

This is what the fabric and the strawberries look like…


The strawberries on the fabric are sequins and are embroidered onto the tulle. They look like this…

I really like the fabric. It is not cheep, but it looks like it is pretty good quality. The stitching on the strawberry sequins is really tight and consistent throughout the fabric. I liked seeing it in person. Even though I didn’t purchase any fabric, I am very serious about purchasing it. I was looking at other fabric like this one online, but the strawberries is made out of glitter. Not sequins. I prefer the sequins due to their durability and lack of risk of glitter flaking off the dress.

Well, that’s all for now! Thank you for reading!

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