Scuba Crepe Fabric Printing94% polyester 6% elastane - Sublimation inks
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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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Both fabrics have a similar weight. scuba is slightly lighter at 8.11 oz while the scuba crepe fabric weighs a heavier 8.55 oz. Both fabrics have a strong 4-way stretch and great recovery. The main difference is the face of the fabrics. Scuba is very smooth and spongy, while scuba crepe has a textured, crepe face.
The feel of this scuba fabric is very different to our other heavy Lycra fabrics. It shares the spongy, stretchy qualities, but has a very different handle, which makes it stand out. The face of the textile has an interesting handle; slightly textured, with a unique crepe effect (as the name suggests), and the back is completely smooth.
Scuba fabric prints like a dream. The many qualities of the textile, such as the stark white base tone and the knitted composition, allow colors to be reproduced with vibrant realism and intensity. Details and fine lines come out perfectly. Prints are disrupted when stretched, but recover brilliantly when relaxed.