What Is Seersucker?

Answer Seersucker is a popular fashion choice in summer clothing. A lightweight and easily identifiable fabric, seersucker fabric is generally associated with men's clothing, specifically men's suits. See... Read More »

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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 »

Quilting with Seersucker?

Quilting can be done with a wide variety of materials and fabrics. While not a common fabric used in quilting, seersucker is an option for quilters wishing to use up scrap fabric, add texture to th... Read More »

When is it ok to wear seersucker?

People typically wear seersucker in the spring and summer months. Seersucker fabric helps you feel cooler when it is hot outside. Seersucker is an all-cotton fabric that is usually striped or check... Read More »

The History of Seersucker Suits?

Seersucker is a lightweight fabric used widely in summer fashions. Invented in India, its name is derived from the Hindi word "Shiroshekar" which means "milk and sugar," and describes the seersucke... Read More »