Synthetic Leather & Liverpool Fabric

Synthetic Leather is a "general use product" and therefore is EXEMPT from CPSIA testing.

Synthetic leather is not for use by children.

Synthetic Leather can be cut with regular scissors or with a craft cutting machine. It can be embroidered, glued or sewn.

When reordering solid leather sheets, the sheet color may vary slightly from order to order.  As the supplier can sometimes change their color slightly.   

Common Uses of Synthetic Leather

The faux leather can be used for embroidery or crafting projects. It is commonly used to make hairbows, key fobs, purses, headbands, bookmarks, wallets, shoes, notebook planner covers, and scrapbooking- to name a few.

Each sheet has a soft woven backing. This is NOT HTV vinyl. It is not the kind of vinyl that you can apply to apparel/etc with a heat press or iron. It will melt with high heat application. The vinyl can be spot cleaned on the printed side.

Pattern is hand cut and may vary in direction it is cut from what is shown. Colors may vary slightly due to different monitors.

Liverpool Fabric

Liverpool fabric is a 100% polyester knit fabric with a soft, brushed hand feel. It is named after the city in England where it was first manufactured. Liverpool fabric has good elasticity and recovery, meaning it will snap back into shape after being stretched or pulled. Liverpool fabric is often used for making dresses, skirts, leggings, and other garments that require a little bit of "give." It can also be used for making home decor items like pillow covers and curtains. This fabric is also great for embroidery and other needlecrafts. Liverpool fabric is available in a variety of colors and patterns.

Precautions With Liverpool Fabric

Liverpool fabric is made of 100% polyester, which means it is flammable. Do not use this fabric near open flames or any other source of heat. This fabric should also not be used for clothing that will be worn by small children because it poses a choking hazard if the fabric should happen to tear. Liverpool fabric should only be used for projects that do not require high levels of heat or abrasion. It can also cause skin irritation in younger children and other problems. For further questions regarding Liverpool fabric, contact Jennifer Olson at