Cotton organdy fabric is an airy and sheer cloth with a fine weave resembling silk organza. This fabric is applied for creating blouses, dresses and skirts, as well as for finishing your outfits with collars, ruches and frills. In white colour, it can also be used as a bridal fabric.
Often featuring a wrinkled effect and a matt surface, organdy is valued for good shape resistance, ventilation and moisture absorption. Purely natural, it feels perfectly against your skin.
Tissura constantly updates its assortment of cotton organdy fabrics to meet the latest fashion trends. For 2018, we have selected the following types:
All our organdy fabrics come from Hausammann, the distinguished Swiss manufacturer of luxurious cotton fabrics. It is also an honoured member of Swiss Organic Fabric Organisation, which is a guarantee of impeccable quality.
Most common cotton fabrics types are organdy, sateen, jacquard, tweel, muslin, jersey, voile, poplin and lawn. The most luxury types are woven out of such exquisite sorts as Egyptian Giza 45, 87 and 88, West Indian Sea Island cotton from Barbados and American Supima. Their long staple provides them with an exceptionally smooth hand, superior strength and increasing softness with time.
Cotton fabrics are traditionally chosen for various clothing. Depending on the type, those can be dresses, skirts, tops, jackets, trousers or shirts.