Double Knit Power Net Bra Band Fabric
Our Double Knit Power Net Bra Band Fabric is a great support fabric for bra bands. This fabric is very firm, but feels soft against the skin.
Sold by the full or part metre. One metre is 1.18 yards or 40″. Double Knit Power Net is 58-60 inches (145-150 cm) wide and made of 20% spandex and 80% nylon.
Our colours were chosen to match our Duoplex fabric, as well as other fabrics in our collection. Our Double Knit Power Net 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.
If you would like to purchase swatches of the full colour range, please see our Double Knit Power Net Sampler Pack.
Our Double Knit Power Net Bra Band Fabric is also dyed to match many of our other fabric and supplies. Match with many of our Duoplex and Stretch Satin fabrics, as well as Band Elastic, Satin Strap Elastic, and Plush Underwire Casing.
This Power Net is available in 13 beautiful colours: White, Yellow, Dijon Gold, Orange, Red, Black Cherry, Purple, Turquoise, Royal Blue, Navy Blue, Kelly Green, Forest Green, Chocolate, Silver and Black.
The Double Knit Power Net stretches in both directions, stretching more crosswise (the “long” way) and less in the lengthwise (the “strong” way). Choose the DOGS according to the final use of the garment. For lightweight breasts, panties, sport pants, etc., the Double Knit Power Net can be used with the crosswise stretch around the body. For bands holding heavier breasts, we recommend using the lengthwise stretch around the body for the best support.
Sold by: the meter (1.1 yards/40″) or part meter
Width: 58″-60″ (147-150 cm)
Stretch: crosswise – loose stretch, lengthwise – firm stretch
Content: 80% nylon/20% spandex
Uses: bra bands, panties, sport pants
*Please note – colours can vary slightly between different products and materials. Different materials absorb dye differently, which can cause slight colour variations.