Category Archives: Fabric Science

Ironing Stand Cover Fabric

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The best type of fabric for an ironing stand cover is one that is heat-resistant, durable, and smooth. Here are a few options commonly used for ironing board covers: Cotton: Cotton is a popular choice for ironing board covers due to its natural heat resistance, durability, and ability to absorb moisture. It provides a smooth […]

What Makes Fabrics Wrinkle Resistant?

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Fiber content, weave type, and finishing treatments are the most important parameters for fabric wrinkle resistance. Here you can find some more information about these parameters in detail: Fiber Content: Natural Fibers: Cotton: Prone to wrinkles due to its cellulose structure. Wrinkle-resistant cotton exists but usually involves chemical treatments. Wool: Naturally wrinkle-resistant due to its […]

What is Pashmina?


What is the origin of the word “pashmina,” and why is it called “cashmere” in the Western world? Pashmina, derived from the Persian word “pashm” meaning raw wool, denotes the luxurious fabric crafted from this exquisite material. Originating from the regions of Ladakh and Kashmir, artisans skillfully weave it into stunning shawls renowned for their […]

Denim Distressing VS Denim Whiskering


Denim distressing and Denim whiskering are both techniques used to create worn, vintage, or aged effects on denim fabric, often found in jeans. Let’s dive into each of them: Denim Distressing: Definition: Denim distressing involves deliberately adding wear and tear to denim fabric to give it a worn-in, aged, or vintage appearance. Techniques: Distressing techniques […]

Exploring Textile Fiber Abbreviations: From Plant to Man-Made Fibers

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In the world of textiles, understanding fiber abbreviations is crucial for professionals and enthusiasts alike. From natural plant fibers to synthetic materials, each abbreviation represents a unique characteristic and application. We start our journey with plant fibers, where classics like Cotton (CO) and Linen (LI) reign supreme for their breathability and comfort. Moving on, we […]

Bed Sheet Materials

Bed Sheet

Bed sheets can be made from various materials, each with its unique characteristics. Here are some commonly used bed sheet materials. Cotton: Cotton is one of the most popular materials for bed sheets. It is soft, breathable, and comfortable. Cotton sheets come in different varieties such as Egyptian cotton, Pima cotton, and organic cotton, each […]

Is Bemberg Fiber Good for Lining Fabric?


Bemberg fiber, also known as cupro or cuprammonium rayon, is a type of regenerated cellulose fiber that is used in the textile industry. It is made from cotton linter, which is a short, fine fiber that clings to cotton seeds after the cotton is ginned. Bemberg fiber is widely used as a lining fabric in […]

T-shirt Fabric

T-shirt Fabric

What is the appropriate fabric weight to make a T-shirt? In this YouTube short video, I attempt to answer this question. It’s worth noting that this count range can be changed by requests and needs. Meanwhile, the lightness and heaviness of fabrics sometimes don’t have any effect on increasing or decreasing the quality or price […]

The best combination for swimwear


In this video, I introduce a model of men’s swimwear that features a great fiber combination. The brand of this swimwear is Kirkland, and it belongs to Costco Wholesale Canada. The shell fabric is a combination of Nylon and Elastane, while the lining fabric is a combination of polyester and elastane. As a result, it […]

merino wool sportwear

merino wool

Wool-based clothes are appropriate for winter, aren’t they? How is sportswear produced using wool fiber despite it being supposed to be cool? Yes, that’s correct. Wool-based clothes are one of the best choices for the winter season as they can help isolate body temperature. Wool, especially Merino wool, is often preferred in sportswear for its […]