How is seersucker fabric made?

Answer Seersucker fabric is an all-cotton fabric with a textured, bumpy feel. It is usually striped or checkered. Seersucker is woven using a slack-tension weave, and some of the threads bunch together, c... Read More »

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Types of Seersucker Fabric?

Seersucker fabric, with its characteristic crinkled weave of tightened threads with puckered white stripes alternating with slack-tensioned colored threads, is common in summer wear as it does not ... Read More »

What Is Seersucker Fabric?

Seersucker is a light fabric made of cotton, linen or rayon, and it is slightly puckered and striped. Think of Gregory Peck wearing Haspel seersucker in "To Kill a Mockingbird" in 1962. Seersucker... Read More »

How Is Moire Fabric Made?

Moire is a fabric with an attractive rippling "watery" effect. Moire fabrics are often made from silk, and called "watered silk." The cloth pattern of moire fabric is created through a finishing pr... Read More »

How Tweed Fabric Is Made?

Tweed fabric originated with Harris Tweed in the western Scottish Isles. Traditionally, tweed is a rough, hardy, woven wool fabric made to withstand harsh weather conditions and most often worn as ... Read More »