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Textured Fabric Home Decor
How to Best Use Textured Fabric for Manufacturing Home Decor?
Texture and textiles go hand in hand. Interiors are going way beyond just colored concepts of textiles but adding interwoven fabrics to a gradient. A good play of textures in a space can make or break the settings. Work with textures, either by changing the patterns or by substituting the fabric.  Textured fabric usage can…
Rayon Eco-friendly fabric
Is Rayon Eco-friendly fabric?
How often have you been intrigued by the innumerable variety of fabrics available in the market? Even though there is so much variety of fabrics available, different types of clothes need to be made with different fabrics. In the list of fabrics, rayon is an exception.  Rayon can be used to make a variety of…
Damask Brocade Fabric
Damask vs. Brocade, Which Is Better?
Damask and brocade are often confused because of the similarity between the prints and the feel of the fabrics. They are almost lookalikes. Damask fabric is often compared to the Brocade material, which is quite similar in pattern but expensive, and the gold threads of the fabric are unmatchable to the Damask prints. If you…
nylon fabric material polyamide 6 nylon fiber
8 Things You Must Know About Nylon Fabric
Nylon fibers mixed with other fabrics are extensively used owing to the quality of quick drying. Nylon material is used in active athletic wear and swimwear. Although nylon and its byproducts were an exceptional discovery for humankind, keep reading to get surprised and to know more facts about nylon. Chemically, nylon is a polymer meaning…
Material Blend Waterproof Fabric
Importance of Material Blend While Buying a Waterproof Fabric
We all like to use waterproof material especially if we live in an area that receives a lot of rainfall or snow. Often natural or synthetic fabrics like cotton, silk, wool, polyester, or nylon are coated with a waterproof material like rubber, wax, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), or polyurethane (PU). Even silicone elastomers or fluoropolymers that…
Voile Fabric Craft
25+ DIY Ideas For Voile Fabric Craft
100% extremely soft cotton is spun into a fabric called voile. It is a sheer fabric, which means that it is translucent, and one can see through it. Sometimes linen or polyester is blended with voile to give it some strength. If you are looking for some ideas for DIY projects with voile fabric, you…
Neoprene Fabric
What is Neoprene Fabric Made up of?
You must have watched TV commercials advertising sweat slim belts. They always talk about neoprene rubber or neoprene fabric, which uses modern technology to keep the sweat within. You must have wondered what this fabric is and how it works. Let’s discuss a few things about the composition, usage, and qualities of this neoprene fabric.…
non-woven fabric
7 Modern Time Uses of Non-Woven Fabrics
Non-Woven Fabrics have gained a lot of popularity in recent times. Whether it's a diaper, an air conditioning filter, or even a tea bag, non-woven material has found a place in all our everyday items. Above all, it is used in manufacturing face masks, and hence, it's an undue influence on us due to the…
Vinyl Fabric Care Guide
Vinyl Fabric Care Guide
Also termed as pleather or artificial leather, vinyl fabric has become one of the most used materials in different industries. Be it for designing a bag's cover or upholstery of furniture, PVC fabric is used in manufacturing several elements. Since it has chlorine molecules connected to the hydrocarbon group, pleather is quite durable, resistant to…
Poplin Fabric
The Art of Pairing Poplin With Other Clothing Items
Cotton is a versatile natural fiber that is used to make different styles of fabric varying in texture, weave pattern, and even in looks. Poplin is a special type of textile material that is made from either 100% cotton or a blend of cotton with some other fibers. Even though other fabrics are used such…
Burlap Fabric
The History and Evolution of Burlap Fabric
Burlap fabric or Hessian fabric is derived from the jute plant, which makes it a natural fiber. They are often composed of jute, sisal, and cotton fibers. Their texture is coarse, and they can be made into clothes that are visibly tight or loose. The history of the burlap fabric dates back a few centuries.…

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