Reversible Fold-Over Elastic Binding-Bulk Rolls
Customers purchasing a larger quantity of a certain colour find our Reversible Fold-Over Elastic Binding-Bulk Rolls the convenient way to purchase a neatly rolled quantity.
It’s binding – it’s elastic! Plain edges, nothing fancy. The elastic can even be turned inside out for a matte finish! Our customers use our Reversible Fold-Over Elastic Binding as a finishing trim along the top (or bottom) of a bra or to finish the legs or waistline of panties. We have used this Elastic Binding as an elastic-free finish for those who are sensitive to latex elastic.
Our ⅜” Fold-Over Binding is made of Nylon and Spandex, not rubber (latex). The ⅜” wide Fold-Over Elastic is a classic, tailored binding that is very easy to apply. The elastic is narrow enough to complement the edge, yet is wide enough to sew on easily. Simply fold it in half along the pre-marked fold and sew along the edge with a small zig-zag (some use 1 x 1 and others use 2 x 2). It can be sewn in one pass or two. We have used a fabric glue stick to hold the Fold-Over Binding on the edge of the fabric while we sew it. It makes sewing much easier!
Bulk Roll Quantities per Colour:
*Please be aware that roll quantities can change when we receive new shipments; therefore, prices will also change*
¼” Fold-over Elastic Rolls
Black, White – 40 meters per roll
⅜” Fold-Over Elastic Rolls
White, Ivory, Pink, Peach, Beige, Light Copper, Platinum, Navy, Fuchsia, Chocolate, Red, Turquoise, Lilac, Black – 65 meters per roll
Black Cherry – 91 meters per roll
Width: ¼”, ⅜”
Stretch: very stretchy
Finish: reversible – shiny face, matte back
Content: 90 % nylon and 10 % spandex
Uses: bras, bralettes, panties, garter belts, anywhere a stretch binding is necessary or desired
*Please note – while this Fold-Over Binding is latex-free, we cannot guarantee that it has not come into contact with latex fibers in the factory.
*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.