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Recently, people began to think about the environmental friendliness of the production of known fabrics, but also started to create new high-tech fibers. Here is a list of some inspiring new [...]
What do we mean when we say a fabric is “sustainable”? The first thing that comes to mind is that we’re talking about how fast a piece will wear down or tear, but that’s not right! The points th [...]
Velour fabric is used for a variety of products from clothing to upholstery and even the interior of cars. It’s known for being sturdy and resistant to most stains, but it can get dirty and s [...]
Velvet, velveteen and velor - all three types of fabric have a characteristic pile surface. Despite the similarity of appearance, all three materials are original, unique and differ in [...]
CARE for JERSEY PRODUCTS Products made from jersey fabrics should be washed only in a delicate washing mode, using soft powders, at 40°C - this is the optimal temperature for almost any kind of [...]
Single jersey front side under microscope Jersey is a knit fabric used predominantly for clothing manufacture. It was originally made of wool but is now made of cotton, viscose, synthetic [...]
HOW to WASH SILKUse water with a temperature not exceeding 30 degrees and special liquid detergents designed for silk products. Do not use bleaches or conditioners. You can w [...]
Silk's reputation as a difficult fabric isn't unfounded. It can be tricky to cut, stains easily and has a maddening tendency to fray. But if you understand silk's challenges going in — and have [...]
Cotton grows on the cotton bush - it is a small plant with buds that look like lanterns. When they ripen, they look like balls of cotton wool.Harvested cotton is sent for processing, [...]