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Cotton Calico Fabric Printing

100% cotton Pigment Inks -   Pigment inks
Ships in 1 - 2 days. | US delivery $9.75
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US delivery $9.75 Western European: $18 Other European: $23 Canada $24 Australia / Japan: $33 Rest Of The World: $33
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  • ≥ 0.5 yd2: $57/sq yds
  • ≥ 4 yd2: $47/sq yds 18.8% Discount
  • ≥ 12 yd2: $44/sq yds 22.9% Discount
  • ≥ 24 yd2: $42/sq yds 27.1% Discount
  • ≥ 36 yd2: $41/sq yds 29.2% Discount
  • ≥ 48 yd2: $39/sq yds 31.2% Discount
  • ≥ 60 yd2: $31/sq yds 45.8% Discount
  • ≥ 1 yd2: $48/sq yds 16.7% Discount

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Review Cotton Calico Fabric
From $24
Simple, natural and endlessly versatile, our Cotton Calico fabric is a dream to work with. This light fabric is perfect for printing summery flo... Read More
  • Max Width: 1.60yd, Weight: 4.48oz
  • Made from 100% natural cotton
  • Perfect for quilting, clothing and doll making
  • Hard wearing, with a natural rustic feel
  • Sharp, detailed printing and bold colors
  • Available for Dropshipping and Wholesale
Print Sample From $15.95

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FAQ
  • Calico material is a simple plain-weave cotton fabric. Unbleached, raw Cotton Calicos are often used for making toiles and dress prototypes. Inexpensive and simple, Calico has always been a favorite for creating fabric prints and homely designs like aprons, quilts and house dresses.
  • Calico is one of the oldest fabrics around the world and is named after the city of Calicut, in Kerala, India, where it originated. Block printed fabrics were exported from India as early as 1630 and known as “Calicuts”, and “Calico” was soon used to refer to any Indian plain-weave cotton. Today, Calico remains one of the most popular fabrics for simple printed fabrics.
  • We have a wide range of other cotton fabrics for you to choose from. Our Vintage Fade Polycotton has a faded, desaturated print quality. Or, if you’re looking to make a more figure-hugging outfit, try our Bounce Cotton Jersey, which is blended with just a little Elastane.

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