What is a medium weight knit fabric?

Why is color added to fabric?

It is less costly than either fiber or yarn dyeing and is the most adaptable method for dyeing solid-color fabrics. There is less fashion risk with this method because the color is applied later in the production process and therefore closer to the time of sale.

What fabric is not clingy?

Chiffon/Georgette — silk or synthetic, these are both sheer fabrics that aren’t clingy, but they are not easy to cut out nor to sew and take some special finishing like French seams or rolled hems to look good.

What is the difference between jersey and knit fabric?

Jersey is a soft stretchy, knit fabric that was originally made from wool. … The right side of jersey knit fabric is smooth with a slight single rib knit, while the backside of jersey is piled with loops.

What fabric is 50% stretch?

Do you ever feel confused by stretch fabrics and what works best for a pattern? Many sewing patterns will often include in their fabric recommendations a certain stretch percent (such as 50% stretch), or a percent of spandex (such as 3% spandex).

What fabric is soft and stretchy?

Types

Fabric Characteristics
Stretch cotton poplin Delightfully soft and breathable, opaque. Contains elastane or lycra (usually 97% cotton and 3% elastane or 98% cotton and 2% lycra)
Stretch cotton Soft, breathable and pleasant to the touch, good choice for summer apparel
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