Betty Boop made her debut on August 9, 1930 as a cabaret singer in an animated Max Fleischer short. Betty's look and voice were inspired by singer Helen Kane and actress Clara Bow. Although today she's pushing 80, she looks as good as ever without ever having gone under the knife!
We have an extensive selection of Boop fabrics. From biker chick to lady of society, we have Betty in all her guises.
What You Can Use Our Betty Boop Fabrics For
These designer fabrics are ideal for making bed sheets, pillow cases, garments, Hawaiian shirts, draperies, crafts, quilts, carrying bags, lampshades, pet clothing and more.
Care Instructions for Our Betty Boop Fabrics
These 100% cotton Betty Boop fabrics can be machine washed without bleach. They can be tumble dried on low. Use a warm iron if necessary.
Storing Betty Boop Fabrics
Before storing your cotton fabrics for an extended period of time it is important to have them properly laundered to prevent dust, soil and stains from attracting critters. Furthermore, avoid storing your fabrics in attics or basements; these places tend to be vulnerable to mold, mildew, insects and other threats. The best location in your home for storage is a cool, dry room out of direct sunlight. If using a closet, make sure there is sufficient air circulation to prevent mold growth.
Your Beety Boop fabrics can be stored in bags of linen, cotton or muslin. Do not use plastic bags, cedar chests or cardboard boxes for storage. Fumes from polyurethane foam, cedar closets and acids in unvarnished wood and cardboard can damage your fabrics. Acid free tissue paper can also be employed in the storage of your Betty Boop fabrics.