Material for clothing, tablecloths and other items

Crepe Material
Crepe Material
Due to its delicate nature, crepe fabric is generally used in scarves, eveningwear, and other lightweight types of clothing. Wool crepe is more durable than silk crepe, which means that it can be used in more heavy-duty clothing applications like sweaters and dresses. Select the number of meters of material that you would like to purchase in the box below.
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Linen Material
Linen Material
Linen is a sustainable fabric made from flax fibers. The flax plant has been cultivated in just about every country in the world and has been used to make fiber for over 6,000 years. To extract the fibers, the plants are either cut or pulled by hand from the ground (it's said that pulling creates finer linen). Select the number of meters of material that you would like to purchase in the box below.
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Nylon Material
Nylon Material
High-end dressing gowns are made of using nylon net. Chiffon fabric - Nylon is used for making chiffon fabric. Chiffon is widely used making ladies dress and tops. Chiffon is light-weight synthetic fabric. Good dyeing and print quality can be achieved in Nylon made clothes Select the number of meters of material that you would like to purchase in the box below.
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Satin Material
Satin Material
Satin is more than just a soft, shiny fabric often used for fancy dresses. A satin weave can comprise many types of fabrics, and its uses number beyond bridesmaid dresses and gowns. Satin refers to the weave, not the textile, and most fabric characterized as satin has a soft, shiny finish that can be seen anywhere from evening bags to upholstery. Select the number of meters of material that you would like to purchase in the box below.
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Spandex Material
Spandex Material
Spandex is a synthetic fabric that is prized for its elasticity. Contrary to popular belief, the term "spandex" is not a brand name, and this term is used to generally refer to polyether-polyurea copolymer fabrics that have been made with a variety of production processes. The terms spandex, Lycra, and elastane are synonymous. Select the number of meters of material that you would like to purchase in the box below.
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Viscose
Viscose
Viscose is often combined with other types of fibers like spandex, silk, and cotton. Viscose fabric is very breathable and perfect for hot, humid climates, but it's not ideal for insulating from cold. The fibers are easily dyed, and the finished material retains color well. Select the number of meters of material that you would like to purchase in the box below.
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