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 jersey. Spin at a low speed. Dry jersey products unfolded on a dryer or any flat surface. Iron products from woolen and cotton jersey in the “wool” mode and with a dry iron, and with steam and only along the knitted loops, so as not to stretch the fabric, from the wrong side to avoid shiny marks from the iron.
The woolen jersey is universal, even jacket and coats can be sewn from it. A dense jersey can be sewn on a sewing machine, with a straight stitch, as it is slightly tensile compared to other types of knitwear, and without the use of an overlock, since edges of this fabric do not fray.
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