Bright Settings can use Gabrielle to make your Christmas Tree Skirts
Product: Christmas Tree Skirts Fabric: Gabrielle
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Featuring elegant leaf designs and available in a variety of rich solid shades or more muted two-tones, this fabric is sure to bring a unique expression of charm and class to any table. Ideal for use in restaurants, at special events or for everyday use in your dining room or kitchen.
50% Polyester/50% Cotton, Wash Cool/Dry Low If your tablecloth is wider than 70", there will be seams.
Tree skirts come in the sizes shown under the PRICING tab. Tree skirts are a full circle, like a round tablecloth with a hole in the
middle for the tree trunk. There is a slit cut from the center hole out to the outer edge. There are three ties placed along the slit
to tie the slit closed.
The care instructions for Gabrielle fabric are: Cool water wash (80-100°) rinse on cool/permanent press cycle. Use mild detergent only. Avoid high alkaline level. No bleach, unless necessary for whites. Tumble dry, low heat with cool down cycle. Remove promptly from dryer. As long as any stains are pretreated with a stain removal product they should be removed easily.
Eileen Douglas Staff on Jul 25, 2017
I have an oval tablecloth that you made for me about 4-5 years ago. I would like to purchase another the same size. Would you have the records of the size that you made previously for me?
I am wanting a table skirt that 5'25" in the Gabrielle Charcoal and about 34"-35" in length to the floor is this possible?
on Sep 6, 2016
Our skirting is made to order and is priced by the foot. Our standard skirting is 29" high and then you select however many feet long you would like. We can make custom heights of 34 to 35 inches or higher if needed, you would just need to contact our office either by phone at 800-327-6025 or by email email@example.com for a custom skirt quote. We look forward to hearing from you!
Eileen Douglas Staff on Sep 7, 2016
can you iron?
Gilbert Sharp on Jul 31, 2016
Most of the time, there is no need to iron, but it can be ironed without a problem.
Nancy Martin on Jan 12, 2017
As far as I can remember the fabric was a washable polyester with a shine/sheen, and I would not think ironing would be necessary. Wash and dry briefly in the dryer and return to table or fold and hang/store. I don't know for sure if you could iron, maybe on a low setting.
Diane Hazelwood on Aug 1, 2016
Yes it can be ironed, but honestly if you wash a dry and immediately remove, it really doesn't need it
Sally on Jul 31, 2016
I never had to iron it. I put it in dryer and always came out fine. Hope this helps.
S U on Jul 31, 2016
I have used the steam refresh setting on the dryer, but never had a need to iron it. Possibly on a low setting if you thought it was necessary.
Sheila on Jul 31, 2016
I have had my Gabrielle tablecloth and napkins for quite a few years. I have never had the need to iron them. If you fold them carefully out of the dryer, they won't need ironing. If they are a little wrinkled, mist them and pop them back in the dryer for a few minutes. p.s. I have the set in hunter green and it is beautiful and has held up for many years.
Robert A. Whisnant, Jr. on Jul 31, 2016
Yes you can iron, also if you throw into dryer all the wrinkles or folds just come out.
Jan Schaffert on Jul 31, 2016
Yes you can.
Darlene Daigrepont on Jul 31, 2016
I did iron mine with a low heat setting.
Shelby Podgorski on Jul 31, 2016
Yes, but really doesn't need much. I only touch up a couple of folds on the edge.
Judith Leveto on Jul 31, 2016
Yes, I haven't needed to but I would certainly not hesitate to iron the fabric. This is a really nice tablecloth. I don't think you will be disappointed.
Linda Bellisario on Jul 31, 2016
I haven't had to - I take it out of the dryer and put it back on my table and it looks great.
Teresa Lowe on Jul 31, 2016
nonevent had to iron. I wash in cold water on delete and put in dryer on low setting. Tablecloth comes out perfect with no wrinkles. I do think you could iron if you want to iron, but I would use on a very low setting. I have purchased several tablecloths from this company and truly love the fabrics that I have chosen.
Marilyn G. Walker on Jul 31, 2016
Yes, but it would only need a warm setting. It washes and dries well but there is some shrinkage if put in the dryer.
Rebecca McCarthy on Jul 31, 2016
Yes, but this fabric does not require ironing after washing. It comes out of the dryer ready to go. CARE INSTRUCTIONS: GABRIELLE Cool water wash (80-100°) rinse on cool/permanent press cycle. Use mild detergent only. Avoid high alkaline level. No bleach, unless necessary for whites. Tumble dry, low heat with cool down cycle. Remove promptly from dryer.
my table is 66" square. What size tablecloth should I order? I do not want any seams on the table top.
on Jan 9, 2016
HOW TO MEASURE Step 1: To determine the size of your tablecloth you need to know the dimensions of your table and the desired drop. Drop sizes are as follows: 10"-12" to lap level 15" for standard banquet table (any size) 29"-30" to the floor (depending on table height) Step 2: Once you have these dimensions, to determine the cloth size, add the drop X 2 to each dimension of your table. Example: Table size 66"W x 66"L, and let's say you want a drop of 8" on all four sides. W = 66 + 8 + 8 = 82 L = 66 + 8 + 8 = 82 CLOTH SIZE = 82" X 82" The fabric you choose will need to be at least 82" wide to avoid side seams. Here is a link to all of our fabrics sorted by Width from widest to narrowest: https://www.brightsettings.com/table-linens/Newest-Fabrics-F893.html#!0.0.6.8.24.1 If you select any of our fabrics that are 90" wide or more, we will be able to make an 82" X 82" tablecloth without any seams.
Marc Templin Staff on Jan 9, 2016
Is the fabric shiny?
MsFish on Dec 20, 2015
The fabric is NOT shiny at all. It is the most beautiful tablecloth fabric I've ever purchased. I clean it THOROUGHLY by washing it immediately after using in Oxyclean. I let it soak for about an hour whether or not it's dirtied. It has come through the washer and dryer beautifully. It needs no ironing. If you'd like a really ironed look, then iron it but it's definitely not necessary. to BrightSetting, how's that for an advertisement?
Deborah J on Jan 2, 2016
The Gabrielle Damask does have a slight shine or sheen to it. The background is sort of shiny, but the design is matte so it is not a real shiny like satin.
Eileen Douglas Staff on Dec 21, 2015
Yes. It does have a slight shine to it, especially the darker shade.
Pat Martell on Dec 21, 2015
I would say it has a little bit of s sheen to it, but not much. I say it's moe like silky sheen not shiney like satin. Also,only on part of the design, not the whole thing. It is beautiful and lays very nicely. It also washes up very nice too.
CONNIE THEISEN on Dec 20, 2015
It has an attractive sheen to it but I wouldn't call it shiny. I have it in red and brown, both are lovely.
Janet Stannard on Dec 20, 2015
Only the design, the background is dull. Beautiful fabric
Vernadean Moore on Dec 20, 2015
Yes and No. The background fabric, which is most of the cloth, is not shiny. About the same as a cotton sheet. The pattern, which on mine is silver, is shiny when the light catches it. My large dining room window faces south and the silver design catches the sun. It actually sparkles and is quite striking. I am not a fan of the mundane. J.
JOHN C GIBSON on Dec 20, 2015
The fabric does have a sheen to it, yes. It's beautiful!
David Newman on Dec 20, 2015
It has a subtle sheen on the "right" side; more matte on the wrong side, but I would not call it shiny. It is not like satin. Very pretty on a formal table.
JONATHAN HORWITZ on Dec 20, 2015
I have a beautiful table cloth. It is not shines, but does have some glow. I use it in a space with lots of natural light
Beverly Largent on Dec 20, 2015
The background is shiny and the vines are matte. I love it!
Judith Leveto on Dec 20, 2015
It is not shiny like plastic but has a sheen to it
It is. I had to order a special size, my table is very large.
Tommye Wright on Jun 29, 2015
I purchased this tablecloth over a year ago to fit a very wide oval table that standard oval tablecloths will not fit. This item is truly an oval made to fit my specific table. It looks very nice.
Sharon Edwards on Jun 29, 2015
Mary Jane Hanson on Jun 28, 2015
Right, it is. Cut very closely though; I wish I'd ordered a slightly larger size so I'd have a little overhang.
Sharon Muellers on Jun 28, 2015
yes, it is. I have an oval table. I would notice if it were not.
Lillian May Ingster on Jun 28, 2015
Janet Hassan on Jun 28, 2015
The corners are "Oval" with stitching....no right angle corners, if ordered that way.
Beverly A. Lechase on Jun 28, 2015
In the tablecloth business, what are called oval tablecloths aren't really shaped like ovals; they're shaped like racetracks. They are straight on the sides and completely rounded at the ends. It's as if you start with a round table and add leaves in the center which pushes half circles out to each end. You can see an image of what they look like under the FAQ tab on this page: https://www.brightsettings.com/table-linens/Oval-Tablecloths-P12A-S9.html We can provide you with an egg shape or true oval tablecloth (see image below). However, it's a special order item that can't be ordered from this website. For us to make a true oval tablecloth for you, you'll need to call us and arrange to send in a template of your table. Templates are best made with butcher paper or an old sheet. Call us if you need help and we'll talk you through it.
If you custom make a tablecloth what is the drop on the ends and the sides?
on Feb 17, 2013
We recommend that the tablecloth drape anywhere from 8 to 12 inches on each side. If you sit at your table and measure from the top edge down you can see where 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12 inches will fall and decide from this how much drape you prefer.
Eileen Douglas Staff on Feb 18, 2013
are you able to make a rectangle cloth up to 200" long? 70" x 200"? in this fabric?
jennifer lehrfield on Jan 7, 2013
We can make any size. The 70x200 in Gabrielle would be $146.43
Connie Williams on Jan 7, 2013
My table is 42"w x 62" long. I want about a 10" overhang around the edges, but no more than that. Will this fit those requirements? I can't seem to find what size this table cloth is.
on Dec 21, 2012
We can make a cloth to fit your table with a 10" drop in this fabric. You would need a 62x82. This would be $62.08 in the Gabrielle Fabric. You can go under Square and Rectangular on the left hand side of the page and then scroll to the bottom and enter the dimensions you need to order.
Connie Williams on Dec 21, 2012
Does it require ironing after washing?
Anna&Pat Huyett on Dec 7, 2012
This fabric does not require ironing after washing. It comes out of the dryer ready to go.
The products are very nice and delivery was really prompt. I would definitely recommend them
Purchased 7 months ago
By Bright Customer Reviewer
Quick turn, beautiful, perfect...
Dec 26, 2018
Not much more to say, besides I cannot easily find a tablecloth this large anywhere else. I am amazed by so many fabric options. Color and pattern just as presented. Customer since 2016. Perfect. Thanks!
Purchased 6 months ago
Dec 09, 2018
The pictures do not convey the shininess and cheapness of the material. Also the edges are poorly finished. I didn't return because I needed a tablecloth quickly but I will not purchase here again. Very cheap and tacky looking
Purchased 7 months ago
Oct 31, 2018
Thought I was ordering an oval tablecloth and it came to me as a rectangle. Don't know what happened at the website but there needs to be a bit more clarity. Had a 30% restocking fee. Won't be using this website again. No leniency given