The main advantage of satin fabric is that it can be as expensive or as affordable as you need it to be. Because satin is a weave as opposed to a specific material, you can choose whether to opt for silk satin fabric, a luxurious and expensive satin, or satin from a synthetic yarn, such as polyester or nylon. What...

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Pen Fab

Pen Fab dress shirts of the Art of Camouflage are made out of poly cotton. We believe that a high quality consumer product starts with a selection of the finest materials at the beginning of the production process. We choose to work with blended fabrics poly cotton, because cotton has some unique advantages. Like staying dry, because it has the...

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Gabardine fabrics provides comfort as well as style, and is a natural fabric to choose if you wish to stand out from the crowd. For the ultimate in light-colored suit fare, nothing beats the colonial gabardine. Since its introduction in the thirties, the classic gab has consistently ranked right up there on the list of idealized dress suits. Costly to...

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Crepe is one of the most popular fabrics for garment and dressmaking. It is versatile, beautiful, easy to work with and is available in a wide variety of styles, weights and fibers. How is it manufactured? Crepe is a twisted weave fabric. The almost pebble like handle does not wrinkle or crease easily, which is one of its main benefits....

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Chiffon Fabric is a lightweight, balanced plain-woven sheer fabric woven of alternate S- and Z-twist crepe yarns. The twist in the crepe yarns puckers the fabric slightly in both directions after weaving, giving it some stretch and a slightly rough feel. Chiffon Fabric is made from cotton, silk, or synthetic fibers. Under a magnifying glass it resembles a fine net...

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