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Cotton Fabric Types That Fashion Enthusiasts Must Know

Cotton Fabric Types That Fashion Enthusiasts Must Know

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Cotton Fabric

If you love cotton clothes, then you must know about the following main cotton fabric types!

  1. BRODERIE ANGLAISE
  • Also known as an eyelet.
  • A plain-weave material with shaped, embroidered holes (called eyelet) punched in it.
  • This fabric is mostly used in the making of tops, dresses, skirts and nightwear.
BRODERIE ANGLAISE

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  1. BRUSHED COTTON
  • Brushed cotton or Flannel or Flannelette.
  • This cotton fabric is generally medium-weight. It has surface fibres that are brushed on one side, making it soft, cosy and warm. c. This cotton fabric is mostly used in making kids wear casual shirts.
  1. CANVAS
  • Canvas fabric is medium to heavy-weight, plain-weave cotton fabric.
  • This fabric is extremely sturdy and durable.
  • It is very well used in making traditional dresses.
Canvas fabric

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  1. MADRAS COTTON
  • Madras cotton is a lightweight, plain-weave fabric.
  • It is woven in different colours to form checks and patterns.
  • It wrinkles easily and is generally used for making casual clothes.
MADRAS COTTON

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  1. CHAMBRAY
  • Light-to-medium weight and plain-weave fabric.
  • It has a subtle variation in colour between the warp and weft threads.
  • Chambray fabric comes in greys, blues and is often used to make clothes of children, dresses and tops.
  1. CHINO
  • Chino is also known as Drills.
  • Chino is a rough and tough cotton fabric. It is durable and medium-weight, with a twill weave.
  • This fabric is often used to make trousers and uniforms.
  1. COTTON VELVET
  • It is a medium weight woven fabric with a silky pile on the right side.
  • Velvet fabrics are more expensive than other cotton fabrics.
  • It is often used for evening wear.

Do you know DENIMS are also part of cotton fabric types? These are firm and heavy-weight fabric, densely woven using a twill weave. As you might already know, denim fabrics are used to make clothes like jeans, jackets, shirts, etc.

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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