|Suitable For:||Dresses, Skirts, Tops|
This fine cotton jersey fabric boasts a floral vignette pattern featuring blooming peonies. It was designed exclusively for Tissura. Pink, sky blue, yellow and burgundy – all these colors vivify the white background. Made of pure cotton, our jersey has a remarkably soft hand and a billowing drape. With its 2-way stretch and smooth finish, it begs to be made into a bodycon top, a lined dress or skirt.
Cotton is one of the most popular natural fibers used for textiles and clothing. Known for thousands of years, its fibers, either short or long, can be woven or knitted into various fabrics such as lawn, batiste, poplin, jersey or velvet. The most common weaves for cotton include plain, twill and satin. Cotton cloth is easy to handle and comfortable to wear all year round. Soft, breathable and absorbent, it is a go-to choice for summer apparel. Lightweight fabrics are best suitable for shirts, blouses and dresses; medium-weight – for trousers, skirts, dresses; heavy – for trousers, jackets and outwear.
Cotton jersey is a knit fabric with lengthwise ribs on the face side and crosswise ribs on the reverse. Due to its weave, jersey material is stretchy and has a flexible drape. The most common applications include tops, dresses, skirts, T-shirts, home clothing. Cotton jersey has a soft hand and is very comfy. A touch of elastane makes it stretch even more and increases its recovery. The weight of jersey material may vary from extremely lightweight to heavy. The name ‘jersey’ comes from the Isle of Jersey. With a wide range of colors and prints, jersey knit fabric is an all-season material for women’s apparel. Solid cotton knit looks wonderful in midi and maxi dresses, tanks and tunics, while printed jersey fabric is suitable for more fashion-forward looks.
Knowing your material is essential if you want to sew perfect garments. Here are a couple of tips that can help you turn this fine cloth into a beautiful piece of clothing.
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All fabrics on our website are priced by the meter. The term "running meter" or "linear meter" is used in the fabric industry.
To convert meters to yards, use the conversion factor 0.9144. In other words,
1 Yard = 0.9144 Meters
1 Metre = 1.0936 Yards