Fabric

Fabric is the base of the garment or the textile product And it’s a whole science. The parameters of a garment include: Material. Like 100% cotton, or 100% polyester or a blend like 97% cotton and 3% elastan. Main type of fabric. Like Knitted, or Woven, or Denim … Sub Type of fabric: Like Single Jersey, 1x1 rib, Interlock, Pique, … Then the fabric has a weight: It’s measured in GSM, gram per square meter of fabric. It has a colour It may have gone through various treatments to achieve different effects, like enzyme wash. Then there are organic fabrics and other special variants. The length of the fibres in the yarn, the yarn count, and … And so on, ... So it’s important to tell exactly what you want. Sending samples is a good option. Get it wrong and you may end up with problems, some examples: The wrong fabric combined with as an example a specific printing method may lead to that the printing will crack or that a white print gets grey. If you make a narrow ring-neck on a T-shirt you better have a stretchable fabric for it or it will be difficult to put the head into the T-shirt. Use absolute natural colours when dying the fabric and a modern washing powder will remove that colour. And so on. If you do not know how to select and describe why not ask us for some help.
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Fabric

Fabric is the base of the garment or the textile product And it’s a whole science. The parameters of a garment include: Material. Like 100% cotton, or 100% polyester or a blend like 97% cotton and 3% elastan. Main type of fabric. Like Knitted, or Woven, or Denim … Sub Type of fabric: Like Single Jersey, 1x1 rib, Interlock, Pique, … Then the fabric has a weight: It’s measured in GSM, gram per square meter of fabric. It has a colour It may have gone through various treatments to achieve different effects, like enzyme wash. Then there are organic fabrics and other special variants. The length of the fibres in the yarn, the yarn count, and … And so on, ... So it’s important to tell exactly what you want. Sending samples is a good option. Get it wrong and you may end up with problems, some examples: The wrong fabric combined with as an example a specific printing method may lead to that the printing will crack or that a white print gets grey. If you make a narrow ring-neck on a T-shirt you better have a stretchable fabric for it or it will be difficult to put the head into the T-shirt. Use absolute natural colours when dying the fabric and a modern washing powder will remove that colour. And so on. If you do not know how to select and describe why not ask us for some help.
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