Chambray - $6.45/yd

The Sustainery Vendor C, Ships From LA, CA

$1,193.25 USD

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Statesboro Blues Chambray Blue

Quality Statement

1st Quality

Reason For Deadstock

Maker Leftovers

Environmental Impact

Full lot = 58 lbs of textile waste diverted from landfills

Mid-weight 100% cotton yarn dyed chambray apparel fabric. Goods are raw and unwashed, some shrinkage may occur. Made in the USA by Milliken & Company. 

Fabrics are priced by the yard and sold in full lot quantities. 

Color: Statesboro Blues Chambray Blue
Fiber Content: 100% Cotton
Weight Per Yard: 5 oz/sq yd
Width: 68-69" 
Quality: 1st Quality (in excellent, usable condition)
Price Per Yard: $6.45
Sold By (MOQ): Full lot (4 rolls total)
Quantity Per Roll: Approximately 46 yards each
Price Per MOQ: $1193.25
Shipping Information: TBD. Less than 3 rolls typically ships FedEx Ground, orders larger than 3 rolls will ship via LTL carrier
Ships From: Los Angeles, CA USA
Country of Manufacture: USA
Common Uses: Shirts, Pants, Shorts, Skirts
Care Instructions: Machine wash cold with like colors. No bleach or softener. Tumble dry low.
Can this fabric be reordered?  No
Are swatches available?  Yes, contact us at to request swatches.

All orders are subject to prior sale. Fabrics are sold by the minimum order quantity of 185 yards. Prior to shipping, a final invoice will be provided with shipping costs and adjustments for overage or underage of actual quantity. 

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Creating Circularity In The Textile Industry

These overstock fabrics are recovered from mills and made available as a sustainable option. These 1st quality fabrics are deeply discounted from original wholesale prices due to the need to free up valuable warehouse space. Fabrics in these listings are sold by the full roll and, as such, prices shown reflect full roll pricing.


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