Duoplex Reversible Low Stretch Bra Cup Fabric
Duoplex Reversible Low Stretch Bra Cup Fabric is by far the best fabric we carry for support, without the need to line the cups! Yes, it’s true – there is no need to line cups made from Duoplex. The fabric is strong and supportive and is a reversible fabric (shiny finish on one side – matte finish on the other). You choose which side to use, according to the look you desire. Duoplex fabric is available in 22 great colours, it is a low-stretch stable knit made from 100% polyester, and it is the fabric included in our bra kits and the one recommended in the Craftsy class Sewing Bras: Construction and Fit.
Duoplex is 58-60″ (147-150 cm) wide with very little mechanical give (5-7%) in the lengthwise direction.
To purchase a full swatch set of all Duoplex colours, please see our Duoplex Sampler Pack.
If you would like to purchase swatches of the full colour range, please select the sampler pack. Our Duoplex fabric is conveniently dyed according to the Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors colour chart. Each of our fabric colours is shown with the corresponding Pantone colour code. If you have the Pantone chart, you may check our colours against it for an accurate colour depiction. The fabric is also dyed to match many of our other fabrics and supplies. Fabrics such as our Power Net, Double Knit Power Net, Stretch Mesh, Nylon Spandex Tricot; along with our Band Elastic, Satin Strap Elastic, and Plush Underwire Casing are available in several matching colours.
Duoplex is available in White, Ivory, Yellow, Orange, Peach, Pink, Fuchsia, Red, Black Cherry, Lilac, Purple, Bluebird Blue, Turquoise, Royal Blue, Navy Blue, Teal, Forest Green, Beige, Light Copper, Chocolate, Platinum, and Black.
Sold by: the meter (1.18 yards/40″)
Width: 58″-60″ (147-150 cm)
Stretch: very little mechanical give, 5%-7% in the lengthwise direction
Finish: reversible – shiny face, matte back
Content: 100% polyester
Uses: bra cups
*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.