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SILK GEORGETTE
Georgette sheer crepe silk, heavier than chiffon and with a crinkle surface. Georgette is a sheer light weight fabric. It is slightly heavier and more opaque than chiffon. The twisted crepe fibers from which georgette fabric is made give it a springy quality that makes it seem to move on its own.

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CREPE SILK
Crepes are made up of yarns which have been highly twisted before weaving, giving the fabric a particular appearance and considerable suppleness. A lustrous fabric with a superior drape.

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CHIFFON SILK
Chiffon is transparent soft and light silk. Can also be woven of cotton or man-made fibers.Chiffon is a plain woven sheer fabric with a soft drape. Not just for bridal gowns, chiffon also appears in evening dresses, prom dresses, and scarves.

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SATIN SILK
A fabric which has a shiny look - the points at which the warp and weft intersect are hidden, so that the fabric has a smooth brilliant surface, a soft land allowing for a beautiful fall and drape.

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ORGANZA SILK
Silk Organza is a sheer, thin open-weave fabric that is heavier and crisper than silk gauze. It has a smooth, flat finish, is strong and durable, and gets its stiffness from tightly twisted yarns. Often used as the base fabric for embellished fabrics.

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HABUTAI SILK
Silk Habutai is soft, lightweight, and lustrous with a graceful drape and smooth surface. It was first used to line kimonos, and the word "habutai" actually means "soft & downy" in Japanese. Today, habutai is used to make everything from jacket linings to bed quilts, as well as blazers, skirts, lingerie, and more.

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TWILL SILK
A fabric with an obvious weave but still maintaining a smooth texture easy to dye and paint. It is a drapy fiber with great luster and durability. Ideal for more tailored styled garments.

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COTTON SILK
Cotton blended silk is the strongest of all natural fabrics and is famous for its shine and luster. A wide array of silk fabrics is used for producing garments and home furnishing items. Consecutively to impart an enhanced look and to ensure improved durability, silk is often blended with other natural fabrics such as cotton. Silk blends are also used extensively to producing distinct fashion garments.

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SILK VELVET
Silk Velvet - Feels and looks like soft plush, lightweight and supple. The clear colors and soft drape add depth to the silk/rayon blend velvet. This velvet silk fabric provides a look and texture of velvet and feel of silk velvet. This fabric is perfect for any formal attire, high fashion garment and exquisite drapery. This is preferred to be dry cleaned and if undergoes hand wash, it must be accompanied with a mild soap. Iron the attire with low heat.

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SILK TAFETA
Silk tafeta is one of the oldest luxury fabrics, woven in the early part of the thir century by the Persians, who called it "taftah" or "taftan". Today's version is a fine, smooth, tightly woven fabric with very fine crosswise ribs, made with a plain weave, fine warp yarns and heavier filling yarns. tafeta looks the same on both sides and has approximately the same number of yarns in both directions. The fabric is flat, with a distinctive rustle and a dull luster. It may be soft or stiff, and light to medium in weight. Fabrics imitating silk tafeta are made from acetate, nylon and polyester.

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SILK DUPIAN
An irregular rough silk reeled from double cocoons or cocoons spun side-by-side which are interlocked, making it necessary to reel them together. The unevenness of the yarn confines its use. It is available in both Chinese and Indian silk and is weaved in a hand loom or power loom.

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VISCOSE FABRICS

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Viscose fabric is fabric created by combining natural and manmade components. The most common textile that falls under this description is rayon. Silky in appearance and to the touch, viscose material tends to breathe the same way as cotton fabrics.

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NYLON FABRICS

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Nylon is a synthetic fiber derived from widely available ingredients, it is one of the most cost effective fabrics, making it ideal for beginning sewers or anyone who wishes to explore thriftier clothing options. And, because nylon fabrics come in all degrees of stretch and are great at wicking away moisture, they are perfect for leotards, jerseys, shorts, and any other situation requiring the freedom of movement. Nylon fabric is cool, durable, and extremely low-maintenance, which has lead to its meteoric rise in popularity.

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POLYESTER DYED FABRICS

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Polyester is a synthetic fabric that is made from petroleum by products. It is very durable and easy to care for and is usually manufactured in a variety of weights and textures. It is used for to make clothing, industrial fabric and home furnishings.

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NET FABRICS

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Net or netting is any textile in which the yarns are looped or knotted at their intersections, resulting in a fabric with open spaces between the yarns. Net has many uses, and come in different varieties. Depending on the type of yarn or filament that is used to make up the textile. It's extra smooth and comfortable and its various types of usage make it an inevitable fabric of both the industry.

Widths: 44", 48", 52", 56", 60"
Form: Bleached/Solid Dyed/Embroidery
Uses: Interlinings, Garments, Home Decors, Etc.

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MICRO VELVET

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An irregular rough silk reeled from double cocoons or cocoons spun side-by-side which are interlocked, making it necessary to reel them together. The unevenness of the yarn confines its use. It is available in both Chinese and Indian silk and is weaved in a hand loom or power loom.

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