Skinny Satin Strap Elastic Bra Strap Elastic
Our popular Skinny Satin Strap Elastic Bra Strap Elastic features a smooth, lustrous, shiny face, with a soft, plush back for comfort. We now have a new width 5/16″ (8 mm) for decorative strapping, spaghetti strap and is often used to create harnesses and sexy strapping for lingerie.
To provide you with great support and comfort using our very high quality elastic, with a firm stretch. We currently have seven colours in this width; *new*Teal, White, Red, Black Cherry, Navy, Light Copper, Black and matching rings and sliders in this width. We also have gold and silver rings and sliders in the 5/16″ (8 mm) width.
The Satin Strap Elastic Bra Strap Elastic is conveniently dyed according to the Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors colour chart, in TPX format. Each of our Strap Elastic colours is shown with the corresponding Pantone colour code. Therefore, if you have the Pantone chart, you may check our colours against it for an accurate colour depiction. Our Satin Strap Elastic Strap Elastic is also dyed to match many of our other fabrics and supplies. Match with our Duoplex, Power Net, Double Knit Power Net, and Stretch satin; as well as our Band Elastic and Plush Underwire Casing. Available by the metre or by the roll. The rolls vary as to the quantity they contain, so please check with our office if you want a full roll.
Widths & Colours Available:
5/16″ (8 mm) – White, Red, Black Cherry, Navy, Light Copper, Black, *new*Teal
Sold by: the meter (1.1 yards/40″) or by the full roll (quantities vary by width and colour)
Stretch: lengthwise stretch approximately 40-50%, firm stretch
Finish: shiny satin face, plush back, no decoration
Content: 85% Nylon/15% spandex. While this product itself is latex-free, it is manufactured in a plant where latex is made. We cannot guarantee that the product has not come in contact with latex particles.
Uses: bra straps, garter belts, headbands, belts, costumes
*Please note – colours can vary slightly between different products and materials. Different materials absorb dye differently, which can cause slight colour variations. The dye saturation can also affect the hand of the individual colours.