Grommets

At Dallas contract Sewing we use Grommets for any opening in fabric, other than Button Holes. Grommets are a durable way to run cord or string through fabric without causing the fabric to fray or tear. A grommet is a protective eyelet. It is placed in the fabric to prevent damage either to the fabric or to whatever is passed through it. They are generally flared or collared on each side to keep them in place. They are often made of Brass or Plastic. They may be used to prevent tearing or abrasion of the pierced material. Or to cover sharp edges of the piercing.

At Dallas contract Sewing we use most common Grommets from metal to plastic. Plain Brass Grommets are the most common type of metal grommets for fabric. They are usually made of brass and can be nickel plated. Small Grommets are sometimes called eyelets. Plain Brass Metal Grommets are useful for low stress applications like tents, tarps, and covers. They are also used on curtains, boat canvas and flags. At Grommets we use all different size ranging from 3/16 inch inside diameter to 1/2 inch inside diameter.

We have Grommets and Eyelets for many applications.

  • Plain Grommets
  • Uncoated Brass Grommets
  • Nickel Plated Brass Grommets
  • Black Oxide Colored Metal Grommets