How to choose the best Fabric?

Choosing cloth is that the most vital step in stitching a garment. The wrong alternative will mean an enormous disappointment — and we’ve been there. Fortunately, there’s usually more than one “right” fabric for any pattern, and with a few pointers you can easily hit the mark.

How to choose fabric for clothes?

When starting a sewing project, you’ll begin in one of two places: either you’ll have fallen in love with a pattern and need fabric to make it, or you’ll have fallen in love with a fabric and need to find a suitable pattern. Either way, you’re in love. So that’s a good start.

Have a pattern?

Patterns can tell you which of them varieties of cloth they were designed. A pattern is a sewing, template to tell from which part of a cloth it’s been traced.

Different weaves make different fabrics, the most common weaves are the following:

Poplin

Poplin is also called broadcloth, it is a plain weave signifying the threads alternately cross over and then under each other, which results in a very smooth and durable fabric that has a sleek hand feel, especially when with a higher thread count for a sharper look, poplin’s look very crisp when ironed.

Twill

Twill fabrics are known to have a weft thread that runs over and under multiple warp threads as opposed to a simple plain weave where the weft only crosses a single warp thread at a time. This creates interesting patterns like a herringbone, houndstooth or a simple, diagonal rib. Twills are known to be very durable fabrics that have a softer hand feel than poplin’s and are a bit more sheen.

Oxford

The traditional oxford is known as a type of basket weave in which multiple weft threads cross over an equal number of warp threads. The threads are usually of a single colour crossed with a white to give oxford its unique and exclusive checkerboard appearance. It is a flexible fabric that can be worn casually and professionally depending on the thread count and finish.

Dobby

The dobby weave is commonly known as a weave because dobby weaves have a unique geometric pattern in the fabric that comes in all kinds of colours, patterns and weights. Dobby weave is accomplished by using a special loom that raises and lowers the warp threads one at a time individually, allowing the weaver to create the geometrically distinct pattern.

Herringbone

Herringbone weaves are mostly found in wool fabrics and suiting, they are often found in dress shirting as well. Herringbone weave is a type of twill which has a typical ‘V’ shape pattern, named after the herring fish. The weave tends to be slightly heavier in weight, and are more often found in seasonal shirting fabrics for cold weather.

Natural Fabrics

Natural fabrics or Natural fiber are fibers produced by natural sources like plants, animals, and geological process without being scientifically invented. While synthesis are produced by humans using chemicals.

Here are the most common natural fabric fibers:

Cotton

Cotton is one of the most popular natural fabrics that is often used for clothing and bedding. The fabric is simple comfortable on skin and adjusts to temperatures that makes suitable for all seasons and climates. Cotton will absorb moisture during hot weather from body and cool the body to retain heat during the winter. You’re sure to have multiple items made with cotton in your closet and throughout your décor.

Silk

Silk is a stylish and graceful fiber and the most durable of all of the natural fabrics. The fabric has a rich history and is used for elegant dresses and fine clothing’s as well as for bedding. Silk is very light that makes cozy on the skin and is very popular throughout the world.

Linen

Linen is primarily used for home furnishings and décor like bed linen and bath linen. However, the fabric is cozy and warm on the skin and resistant to allergies so some clothing is made with linen. You will often find linen kitchen towel, bath sheets, and bed sheets. Home owners will decorate their rooms with drapes that’s made of linen to allow more light. The material is easy to clean and requires less maintenance.

Wool

Wool is extremely ling-lasting and resists wrinkles. The fabric is very popular for winter clothing, sweatshirts and outerwear and is seen in homes as rugs, carpets and blankets. Wool is flame-resistant and very comfortable. The most famous and luxurious type of wool fabric is cashmere which is often used for scarves and sweatshirts.

Leather

In terms of decorating and design to look around our room, leather is often reserved for soft and covering that is fixed for furniture. A leather recliner or couch are enlightened to touch as it adds to any room. For the most part, leather is reserved for pants and fashion accessories to outerwear. Leather is very soft but it is also extremely firm and will last a lifetime if cared properly.

Jute

Jute is reserved for floor décor like carpet, rugs etc. in a home. The woven natural fabric is extremely long-lasting and hand-wearing although it can be difficult to clean and maintain.

Look around your home or room, see if you can recognize any of the items made from the natural fibers. Decide which items you love the most and consider purchasing more home décor and daily use attachments made of natural fabric.

 

Eco-friendly products to try right now???

The Eco-friendly product means earth friendly or not harmful to the environment products.

The problem to environment: Go Green Good for you!! Good for Planet!!

Long lived products that are extremely durable reduce the amount of trash that ends up in landfills. Plastic products are everywhere. We use them in our daily activities like every day in our homes, schools, offices, and during our travels we carry them along with us. Using of Plastic bags have many environmental harmfulness, as they don’t biodegrade, they photo degrade means breaking down into smaller and smaller toxic bits. The majority of wildlife on Earth is in our seas and oceans a single use of plastic takes between 400 to 1000 years to break down and it breaks down on our environment. As it breaks down, the plastic particles present in it is contaminated by soil and waterways that enter the food web when animals accidentally ingest them it causes severe harm to it. In the ocean (the beauty of nature see’s here), these particles eventually end up in massive whirlpool-like currents in the oceans called gyres. In environmental locations, there is 46 times more plastic than available food for marine animals.

The solution for this is choosing Eco-friendly bags for greener alternatives. Daily use products like bags, clothes can be used in a right way as of environment safe products. Let’s see the bags whether the bags that you choose to use daily or to promote your organization or to gift to your people. Choose wisely. Present Environmental safe products.

That’s the bags made of Natural materials as Cotton bags, Jute bags, Canvas bags help the surrounding you live as green and wildlife animals to live for longer

KVS Textiles are producing Eco-friendly bags for longer time look at our natural bags, Linen fabrics, and lot more for understandings

Cotton bags:

Cotton bags are manufactured from organic cotton, recycled cotton and traditional cotton under natural fabric. Cotton is a plant product so the bags are biodegradable and are eco-friendly product which don’t cause any harm to wildlife. They are thicker than plastic bags which makes them durable to be used again and again.

Jute bags:

Jute bags are manufactured from Jute plant. These plants grow in heavy rainfall areas so no pesticides are used during cultivation. Its eco-friendly. Jute is a very strong and durable fiber and can be reused for many times.

The word Linen derived from Latin from Flax plant meaning linum. Linen has been used for table covering, bed covering, clothing for a cozy lifestyle from centuries

What is linen?

The perfect way to décor our homes with simple, elegant, comfort way in your design is to do with linen fabric. As they are great water soaking for a cozy lifestyle in bath products, brings a super soft touch to your kitchen, comfort for a bed products.

Made up of?

Linen Fabric is a textile product made up from a fiber grown from the flax plant. It makes a very strong fiber that requires more time & effort to manufacture but absorbs water more time than the cotton. Its specialty is super strong, long life & interactive with moisture. Specialty is the clothing’s made up of linen are special valued for their moisture absorbent, freshness in summer and humid weather.

Flax fiber?

Linen fabric is cool in nature. The cool to touch nature id due to the high conductivity. Its super smooth, making the finished fabric product lint-free and softer when washed. Flax fabric is grown in many parts of the world. Linen is used for bed and bath fabrics mainly.

Used in?

Linens the collective term is used to point the woven or knitted bed, bath, kitchen linen textiles also liked by all for its lightweight and luxurious feel for cozy lifestyle decors.

Table cloths, Bath towels, Dish towels, Handkerchief in home and commercial furnishing items like Wall coverings, Window decorations, Upholstery, Apparel items like Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Shirts, Bed linens like Bed sheets, Duvet covers, Pillows, Bed covers, Top sheets also Luggage, Canvases and Sewing string for industries.

Properties – Benefits?

Linen is all natural fiber most liked with its durable nature and strength, its similar qualities to other natural fabrics such as cotton and silk. This super soft fabric can withstand a lot-able to be washed at high temperatures and tolerate hot iron. It’s also antifungal, anti-bacterial, protect solar radiation, woven finely makes it perfect choice for summer.

Types of linen?

Sheeting linen

This strongly and solidly build, mass-produced linen with the name sheeting is used for manufacturing sheets in heavy form.

Damask

It’s highly woven on a Jacquard fabric loom, its flat fibers produce a smooth texture which is used to manufacture table clothes and napkins.

Glass toweling linen

A plain woven linen with loose weave makes it more absorbent but less durable often woven with a stripped pattern used for cleaning clothes and tea towels.

Holland linen

This is also a plain woven linen treated with oil and starch to give the fabric an extra layer of protection and strength. Used for manufacturing lampshades (a cover for lamp) and window blinds.

Cambric linen

This is also a plain woven variety which is a thin linen used to make handkerchief and lingerie that gives softness and light feel.

Bird’s eye linen

The small diamond shape pattern characterized in fabric gives a feel of bird’s eye. It’s commonly used for nappies and the toweling cloth

Blended linen

It’s blended with cotton to give a soft and easy to handle fabric. This linen is combined with high thermal insulation to give softness and strength which makes ideal for a t-shirt.