Home > General >

Tarlatan

Tarlatan


 
Available in Regular or Stiff Tarlatan, 36" wide by the Yard or Bolt, 100 Yards.

Tarlatan

Tarlatan is made into a wiping pad, and is used to hand wipe intaglio plates.

Regular Tarlatan

Regular Tarlatan is an open-weave cotton fabric, that is stiffened with starch

Stiff Tarlatan

Stiff Tarlatan is more highly starched, requiring more breaking in to soften.
Stiff Tarlatan removes less ink from incised lines of the intaglio plate than Regular Tarlatan.

Breaking in Tarlatan

Breaking in Tarlatan is commonly done by pulling a length of Tarlatan around the corner of a table leg.
NOTE: Full Bolts are rolled. Smaller quantities are folded. If you want it rolled please note this in order comments.
Available in Regular or Stiff Tarlatan, 36" wide by the Yard or Bolt, 100 Yards.



Item# Item Name Starting Price Quantity Add
522012 Tarlatan Regular (100 Yard Bolt)
$180.00
522011 Tarlatan Regular (Yard)
$2.00
522022 Tarlatan Stiff (100 Yard Bolt)
$180.00
522021 Tarlatan Stiff (Yard)
$2.00
Check the items you wish to purchase, then click

Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Tarlatan November 22, 2020
Reviewer: Jennipher from Los Angeles  
I make historical inspired clothing, saw Tarlatan used by a Costuber - Bernadette Banner. I tried using Tarlatan to line three Victorian walking skirts. I used the stiffer option, it gave my skirts wonderful body and shape. Excellent product!

Was this review helpful to you?

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Historical clothing lining :) August 14, 2020
Reviewer: Riley Adams from Huntsville, AL United States  
I am using this as an interlining for late 1800s clothing reproduction and it’s perfect! Tarlatan was originally used for this historically, but now I believe it’s mostly used for printing. Either way, I’m so glad I found this company - great quality, great prices and fast shipping :)

In case anyone out there happens to be in the same boat as me, I ordered the “stiff” option and was a bit worried it would be too stiff but decided to try it anyway and it seems like it will work perfectly.

Was this review helpful to you?