Cotton on jersey: Women’s Knits, Pullovers, Jumpers & Tops| Cotton On

Wrap London – Hemp and organic cotton jersey joggers

Super-fitting, with a deep elasticated waistband, these hemp and cotton joggers are cut in panels with a tapered leg-line. Garment-dyed for a lovely, washed-in look and feel.

  • 55% Hemp 45% Organic Cotton
  • Machine wash
  • Organic hemp and cotton jersey
  • Pigment garment-dyed for a loved and laundered appearance
  • Relaxed fit
  • Gently tapered leg
  • Deep elasticated waistband
  • Woven cotton drawstring with metal ends
  • Mock-fly detail
  • Angled side-pockets with metal rivet detail
  • Seam detail on front and back
  • Imported
  • Style code – ZA24

Our mid-weight hemp and organic cotton jersey, ideal for creating softly textured tops, tunics and trousers.

The hemp gives the jersey a lovely drape, whilst the cotton adds weight and stability. The fabric is not sheer, even in pale colours, and will soften and improve as you wash and wear it.

We garment-dye the styles to give them a laundered, casual appearance. For this mid-weight we use pigment dye which gives a naturally marled colour.

The fabric and the garments are produced by a single supplier which is focused on producing planet-friendly clothing using hemp.

The hemp fibre is very strong and softens through washing. It is natural, breathable, absorbs moisture and dye easily, has anti-bacterial properties, is an effective insulator keeping you cool in summer and warm in winter, and is fully biodegradable. In environmental terms, hemp is particularly good as it grows very easily, and is resistant to pests.

The cotton used in this fabric is certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), the leading standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent third-party certification of the entire textile supply chain.

The dyes and chemicals used to process the fabric are all EU approved. The garment factory is powered by solar panels, and has recently been audited as part of our membership of the Fair Wear Foundation.

We are proud to have worked with this supplier for more than ten years.

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Silk Jersey, Cotton Jersey and Wool Jersey Knits

Jersey fabrics are single knit fabrics with a distinctive stretch. The name comes from the Isle of Jersey, one of the Channel Islands between Britain and France, where Jersey’s own sheep were bred. Back then, this soft material was made of wool, and the fabric was ‘for men only’. The most popular uses included underwear and fishermen’s sweaters.

In 1916, Coco Chanel introduced jersey to the fashion world. First, she created a heavy jersey coat, and then all kinds of jersey dresses that were extremely comfortable to wear. With her simple, yet elegant designs she popularized the fabric and made it available to women of all ages and builds.

Jersey materials are usually opaque, soft and drapey. They have fine ribs running lengthwise on the face side, and loops on the reverse. Plus, they are highly versatile! Jersey fabrics are easily sewn into dresses and skirts, tops and sweatshirts, cardigans and jackets, sweaters and trousers. You can also make shawls, scarves and other accessories.

Jersey fabric collection at Tissura

Types of Knit Fabrics

Let’s take one step back and look at the family of knit fabrics, since jersey is just one of the many kinds available now.

All knit fabrics are divided into weft knits and warp knits. The terms ‘warp’ and ‘weft’ show the direction in which these fabrics are created. In weft knits, a single yarn is looped to form horizontal rows, while in warp knits there are several yarns looped vertically.

Ready to go further? Here are some samples of knit fabrics:

Weft knits

  • Rib knit
  • Jersey knit
  • Interlock knit
  • Purl knit

Warp knits

  • Raschel knit
  • Milanese knit
  • Tricot knit

In general, weft knits have more stretch. While both types of knit materials are naturally elastic, their ability to expand and bounce back increases a lot when you add elastane, lycra or spandex.

Jersey Fabric Characteristics

We’ve already mentioned that jersey fabrics were traditionally made of sheep’s wool. Today, you can find all sorts of jerseys: cotton, silk, hemp, bamboo, viscose, rayon, etc. There are even luxury knit fabrics woven of alpaca and vicuna! Such treasures require special care and cost a lot, but the pleasure of wearing them beats it all.

Jersey knit fabrics can be lightweight, medium-weight or heavy. They come in a variety of solid colors and prints. The weaving method makes them stretchy and comfortable in wear, so consider it a unisex material – it is a great wardrobe’s addition for men, women and kids alike.

So, what do we love jersey for?

Jersey fabrics are ideal for close-fitting and clingy items, and they do not hinder your movement unlike non-stretchy satin or silk taffeta fabrics.

Jersey knits move with you!

  • Elasticity

    The degree of softness depends on the fibers your material is made of, as well as on the finish. To find a rough jersey fabric is a once-in-a-blue-moon occasion.

  • Softness

    This knit fabric is strong and resistant to tear.

  • Durability

    The very nature of this fabric makes it resistant to creases. Plus, it easily recovers its original shape after stretching.

  • Wrinkle resistance

    The thinner the fabric is, the easier the drape is. Fine, translucent jersey materials may have a tendency to curl at the edges, while heavier cloths are more stable.

  • Drapability

    Jersey knit is very adaptable. The range of applications varies from finest underwear and lightweight T-shirts to warm cardigans, rollnecks, winter dresses and sweaters.

  • Versatility

    Based on composition, jersey fabrics are divided into several types that have different texture, use and price. We are going to concentrate on natural fibers, because they are hypoallergenic and feel great to the touch.

Cotton Jersey Knits

Cotton jersey fabrics are made either of 100% cotton or cotton blend. They are soft, sturdy and opaque. Such knit fabrics are less drapable than, let’s say, silk or viscose jerseys, but they provide more structure to a garment. Plus, cotton is a breathable material which makes it one of the most widely used options for kidswear.

Nowadays, you can also buy stretch cotton jersey fabrics with spandex, lycra or elastane. These elastic fibers increase stretch and recovery factor, making such jerseys perfect both for tops and bottoms, including leggings, tights, and socks.

What can you make with cotton jersey?

  • T-shirts
  • Tank tops
  • Blouses
  • Dresses
  • Skirts
  • Pants
  • Breeches
  • Rollnecks
  • Cardigans
  • Jackets
  • Leisurewear
  • Sportswear

Rayon and cotton blend jersey fabrics have a softer hand and an easier drape. However, if you’re planning to make a pair of trousers, go with 100% cotton jersey knit, because it is more stable.

Silk Jersey Knits

Silk jersey fabrics are probably the smoothest and softest of all. These knits are fine and thin, very often translucent, with a beautiful silky sheen. Naturally elastic, they have even better stretch if produced with lycra or any other elastic fibers.

Silk jersey has a slinky drape, so no wonder fashion designers are in love with it! A very feminine type of knit fabric, it has literally dozens of uses.

  • Tops
  • Blouses
  • Dresses
  • Skirts
  • Lingerie
  • Tunics
  • Wraps and cover-ups
  • Leisurewear

Silk jersey fabric is more expensive than other knits, but sometimes it’s worth paying extra cash to get the best quality out there.

Silk is known for its ability to regulate body temperature, which means it’s cool to wear in summer and warm in winter.

Plus, silk jerseys look great in tucked and smocked designs. If you’re an ardent trend follower, you’ve probably seen them in many collections offered by renowned couturiers: yes, silk jersey can be haute couture!

Wool Jersey Knits

Wool jersey fabrics are made either in pure wool or wool blends. They can be quite lightweight, but what you usually find in fabric shops is mid- to heavyweight wool knit fabrics. They are amazing for a number of reasons! First, wool is natural and warm, so anything made of wool is excellent for autumn and winter. Second, it is breathable and nice to the touch. Third, it is highly versatile. Think of all these wonderful ways you can use 100% wool jersey fabric!

  • Tops
  • Dresses
  • Skirts
  • Tunics
  • Jackets
  • Trousers
  • Sweaters
  • Cardigans
  • Coats
  • Ponchos

Wool knits are usually made of sheep’s wool such as merino or angora. However, today you can buy online even cashmere jersey! And while it might not be the most durable material in the world, it’s definitely a luxury fabric which can be used to create a one-of-a-kind sweater or tunic to wear on a special day.

Rayon Jersey Knits

Jersey knit fabrics made of rayon or viscose are characterized by a very soft and smooth finish. They are also very pliable and have an excellent drape. You’ll often find viscose and rayon knit materials with a touch of lycra, spandex of elastane. These will have even better stretch and recovery factor.

What are the best applications for rayon and viscose jersey fabrics?

  • T-shirts
  • Tunics
  • Blouses
  • Dresses
  • Skirts
  • Rollnecks
  • Cardigans
  • Sweatshirts
  • Jackets
  • Leisurewear

Double jerseys are usually less elastic and have more weight. They might not be the best choice for summer dresses, but they are definitely a go-to option for jackets and trousers.

Sewing with Jersey Knit Fabrics

There are several things one needs to consider before starting sewing. The knit fabric you end up buying should be suitable for the patterns you’ve chosen. Read on to check yourself and make sure you haven’t forgotten anything.

  1. Select weight and stretch.

    If you’re planning to make a drapey top or dress, lightweight jersey fabric would be the best pick. Look for fine cotton, rayon or silk materials – they are soft, drapable and are ideal for gathered and smocked dresses. If you’re thinking about a warm jacket or a winter skirt, go for heavy or double knit cloth (wool would be perfect!). If you want to make a sweater or an oversize sweatshirt, pay attention to voluminous, textured fabrics, like soft rib knits or raschel.

    Also make sure your jersey is elastic enough. Generally, such fabrics stretch both in the weft and in the warp, but heavier jersey types are usually 2-way. Elastane and spandex knits boast the greatest stretch factor, and that’s what makes them ideal for sportswear and clingy dresses.

  2. Select pattern or color.

    Jersey knits are usually dyed or printed. Today, you can choose from hundreds of shades and tints available – fabric shops sell jersey of the prettiest colors like deep mint green, teal blue, or light mauve pink.

    The number of prints is also unlimited. Floral jersey knits are one of the most popular patterns among women and girls, followed by paisley, animal, polka dot and intricate ornaments. You can also go with intarsia knit, which can be compared to jacquard fabrics. Intarsia means that the pattern you see on your jersey is woven with multicolored threads rather than printed.

  3. Prepare the fabric for sewing.

    Professional tailors know how to treat jersey fabrics depending on their weight and content breakdown. If you’re just starting your sewist career, we recommend investing into quality literature to get answers to all your questions and concerns.

    The basic procedure for pre-treating jersey includes steaming or dry-cleaning. Jersey fabric is prone to shrinking, so if you treat it before actually sewing, you won’t be disappointed in the future when you decide to wash or dry-clean your jersey shirt for the first time.

  4. Use correct needles and sewing machine.

    The best machine to sew jersey is a serger, and the best needle is a ballpoint one. It is perfect for knit fabrics, because it does not tear holes in the cloth. We recommend using polyester all-purpose or Gutermann sew-all threads.

    Here’s another jersey-related tip: reinforce stitching in the areas that will shift a lot. Pay attention to neckline, shoulders, buttonholes, collar, flap pockets. You can use fusible knitted interfacing.

  5. Know how to care for your jersey.

    Care recommendations vary a lot depending on the content, so make sure you know what your jersey fabric is made of. If your knit material is ok with ironing, avoid pressing it firmly and moving the iron back and forth. Instead, press it gently, then lift off the iron and press it again in another area. Let your jersey garment cool before putting it on, or you’ll risk damaging it.

What to Make with Jersey Fabric?

Remember, once jersey was a men’s fabric only? Coco Chanel made it an essential part of women’s wardrobe. She created loose blouses, tops and cardigans using cotton and wool jersey. Coco believed that every woman should be able to bend down to put on her shoes, and jersey was the perfect fabric because it allowed for a lot of movement. In 1924, she made comfortable clingy jersey costumes for the ballet dancers from “Le Train Bleu”. That was indeed a revolution!

Ok, now back to the question. What can you make with jersey fabric?

  • Wrap dresses
  • Maxi, midi or mini dresses with batwing style, raglan or capped sleeves
  • Panelled bodice dresses
  • Peasant dresses
  • Knit tops, such as halter back or tank tops
  • Polo shirts
  • Full or pencil skirts
  • Jackets with front lapels – or without
  • Tunics with ruffle hems
  • Wide-leg, side-zip trousers
  • Capri leggings
  • Robes and pyjamas
  • Kids’ summer dresses and breeches
  • Hosiery
  • Underwear
  • Sportswear
  • Sweaters and cardigans

With jersey, we could go on forever. But we’ll give you the freedom to come up with your own ideas. Meanwhile, let’s think about other possible uses for jersey knit:

  1. Headbands
  2. Appliques, e. g. flowers
  3. Scarves
  4. Wraps (baby wraps included!)
  5. Pillow covers and slipcovers
  6. Quilts

In general, jersey garments have a simpler cut compared to items made of woven fabrics. Since jersey knit is stretchy, you do not need buttons, zippers or closures to make a dress or a shirt – it can be pulled on over the head. Plus, jersey fits all kinds of body sizes and shapes. Probably, the best news ever!

Jersey Fabric in Fashion

Jersey is the kind of material that needs no advertising. Everybody knows that it’s comfortable, wrinkle-resistant and stretchy.

Usually jersey makes its way into the world of fashion when winter is around the corner. Then we get to see lots of tops, cardigans, sweaters and dresses created with insulating materials. Lightweight jersey fabrics can be worn in spring/summer too, and some designers even offer evening dresses and gowns made of draped jersey.

Tailored jackets, pants and sweatshirts are also among the most common jersey garments. Plus, this soft fabric looks great with different textures, like fur, leather or even silk! You can keep the look simple, avoiding extra accessories, or – quite on the contrary – create a dress with printed or embroidered jersey knit.

The Jersey Selection at Tissura

The range of solid and printed jersey fabrics you can buy online at Tissura Fabric Shop consists of high quality knits delivered from:

  • France
  • Great Britain
  • Italy
  • Switzerland

Tissura offers the most fashionable colours and prints of various quality: 100% silk, viscose, wool and cotton, stretch jersey fabrics, silk and cashmere, and much more.

Plain jersey knit is perfect both for casual and formal wear. From dresses and skirts to jackets, pants and even accessories, this fabric is easy to pair with almost any solid or printed material.

Patterned jersey fabrics are ideal for year-round wardrobe essentials. The range of prints includes floral, geometric, abstract, ornamental, dotted, striped and animal knits.

Wool jersey knit fabric, 50 € (53 US$) per one running metre;

Knitted fabric, 38 € (46 US$) per one running metre;

Stretch jersey knit fabric, 59 € (71 US$) per one running metre;

Stretch jersey knit fabric, 90 € (108 US$) per one running metre

Poetry – Hemp cotton jersey tunic

A simply cut, slightly longer tunic in our heavier-weight hemp and organic cotton which has been dyed and washed to create a naturally marled, soft colour. With three-quarter length sleeves, and small panels at the side-seams to create a soft A-line silhouette.

  • 55% hemp 45% organic cotton
  • Machine wash
  • Our heavier weight hemp and cotton jersey, 240gsm
  • Garment pigment dyed, the pigment dye gives more high/low colour variation than the garment reactive dye
  • Long slightly A-line fit
  • Scoop neckline
  • Stepped side hemline
  • Inserted godets
  • Three-quarter length sleeves
  • Deep seamed hemline and back-yoke seam
  • Imported
  • Style code – VP68

Our mid-weight hemp and organic cotton jersey, ideal for creating softly textured tops, tunics and trousers.

The hemp gives the jersey a lovely drape, whilst the cotton adds weight and stability. The fabric is not sheer, even in pale colours, and will soften and improve as you wash and wear it.

We garment-dye the styles to give them a laundered, casual appearance. For this mid-weight we use pigment dye which gives a naturally marled colour.

The fabric and the garments are produced by a single supplier which is focused on producing planet-friendly clothing using hemp.

The hemp fibre is very strong and softens through washing. It is natural, breathable, absorbs moisture and dye easily, has anti-bacterial properties, is an effective insulator keeping you cool in summer and warm in winter, and is fully biodegradable. In environmental terms, hemp is particularly good as it grows very easily, and is resistant to pests.

The cotton used in this fabric is certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), the leading standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent third-party certification of the entire textile supply chain.

The dyes and chemicals used to process the fabric are all EU approved. The garment factory is powered by solar panels, and has recently been audited as part of our membership of the Fair Wear Foundation. We are proud to have worked with this supplier for more than ten years.

What is cotton jersey? What can you make with it?

Not many people can imagine a wardrobe without any jersey in it. Knit fabrics are a comfy choice that can work for anybody’s shape, season, and fashion style. What is cotton jersey, why is it so popular and what are its main features? 

Print this design on cotton jersey!

What is jersey?? 

Jersey is probably one of the most famous textiles available on the market. Originally made of wool fibers, currently, the jersey is most commonly made of cotton. Jersey can be 100% cotton or it can be made with additions. You’ll most often see jerseys with added elastane or lycra, which add to the overall elasticity of the fabric.  

What are the differences between knit and woven fabrics?

Jersey is a knitted fabric, which is made with a single yarn, as opposed to the woven fabrics which are made with the warp and weft that run parallel to each other and cross. Yarn in a knitted fabric meanders in a path and forms symmetrical loops, similar to those created while knitting. Loops, as opposed to crossing warp and weft yarns can be stretched in different directions, which gives knit fabrics the elasticity it’s known and loved for. 

Jersey – what to use it for?

Jersey is a stunningly versatile fabric that can be found in every wardrobe. It’s an amazing knit fabric that can work in a vast variety of weather conditions. During summer jersey t-shirts or dresses allow for airflow and on colder days they will provide you with additional protection against the cold. This natural textile will not irritate sensitive skin or cause any allergies. 

Perfect for children 

Cotton jerseys can be a great choice for baby clothing or accessories. Knit fabric made of natural fibers is perfect for the gentle skin of a child and the elasticity provides comfort during naps, playtime inside and outside, or any activities in school. Organic cotton jerseys can even be used for newborn onesies or blankets – GOTS certified fabrics are free from any chemical substances and are completely natural. 

Versatile

Thanks to its elasticity jersey garments do not obstruct any movement and make for comfortable clothing for everyday wear. Using a jersey you can make dresses in almost every shape and style, t-shirts, shorts, leggings or even underwear. If you enjoy handmade accessories using knit fabrics you can create headbands, turbans, scrunchies, hats and infinity scarves, or a pair of socks. Jersey fabrics can be used to create garments for cycling, walking or running. It’s a great alternative for those who do not find activewear made of polyester comfortable. 

How to sew jersey? 

Knit fabrics do require a bit more attention during sewing than woven fabrics. A jersey or a stretch needle with a rounded tip is a must when sewing knit fabrics, so as not to disrupt the structure of the knit fabric. Sharp needles used for sewing woven fabrics can tear the loops of the knit fabrics which can cause holes or runs to appear on your garments. Rounded tip needles designed specifically for jerseys can lead the thread through the loops without tearing the yarn, so the finished clothing will not tear on the seams. 

Do I need an overlocker to sew jersey? 

It is believed that knit fabrics are sewn exclusively on the overlocker. Although an overlocker can greatly increase the speed of sewing with knitted fabrics and allow you to create professional-looking seams and finishes on your garments it doesn’t mean you cannot make jersey garments on a regular sewing machine. You can use a simple zigzag stitch for sewing jersey garments. Some sewing machines can come with elastic stitches or even overlocking stitches – those can simplify working with knitted fabrics and allow to finish a raw edge of the fabric in a nice looking way.  

Cotton On and the Geelong Cats Unveil Innovative Guernsey Design for 2019

Geelong Cats 2019 guernsey: Joel Selwood: Wearing the Geelong Cats 2019 guernsey Joel Selwood: Wearing the Geelong Cats 2019 guernsey Joel Selwood: Wearing the Geelong Cats 2019 guernsey Joel Selwood: Wearing the Geelong Cats 2019 guernsey Joel Selwood: Wearing the Geelong Cats 2019 guernsey
27th August, 2018

Cotton On, the Official On and Off Field Apparel Partner of the Geelong Cats have worked closely with the Geelong Football Club to develop an exclusive new look guernsey for 2019.

As the first apparel designers to make significant changes to the guernsey, the Cotton On team are excited to have had the opportunity to apply their ever better approach to the AFL sporting arena, push the boundaries of what is possible and contribute to forward strides in game.

AFL teams commonly unveil special edition guernseys for specific games, as exemplified by the Sir Doug Nicolls round which celebrates indigenous culture and players, both past and present, while the week-to-week playing jumper remains largely untouched year after year.

The 2019 season will see this change, when thanks to a collaboration between the Cats players and Cotton On apparel designers, the Geelong Cats will take to the field wearing a jumper featuring:

  • Refreshed armholes and original upper-back shaping to offer maximum room for shoulder and arm rotation allowing for freedom of movement when players are tackling, marking and kicking;
  • Side seams have been repositioned to flow from the back of the player’s body to the front, thereby reducing underarm seam irritation and;
  • A watermark ‘G’ logo, the font and style taken from the main club crest, that is becoming more commonly used by the football club for its youthful and modern twist on tradition.

Appearing subtle to some, these ergonomic design innovations will significantly enhance the players’ comfort when training and playing, while remaining true to the heritage of the guernsey.

The final design was cemented after a continuous process of players testing fit samples during training sessions and offering their feedback to Group product developers throughout the 2018 season.

The Geelong Cats launched their new jumpers at the team’s last home game of the 2018 season on Saturday, at GMHBA Stadium where they wore the jumper for the first time throughout the match.

Following the game three lucky fans became the first to get a hold of their very own 2019 guernsey when Cats Captain Joel Selwood and teammates Patrick Dangerfield and Zach Tuohy gave the shirts off their backs to some very excited children in the crowd.

The 2019 on-field guernsey is available for pre-order today, Monday, 27 August by visiting the Cats Shop website.

100% Cotton Brown Jersey Gloves, 12-Pack

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100% Cotton Brown Jersey Gloves, 12-Pack

A 12-pack of our heavyweight 100% cotton brown jersey work gloves with knit wrist cuffs.

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  • Heavyweight brown jersey work gloves.
  • 100% cotton.
  • Straight-cut thumb design.
  • “Job Pack” – 12 pair per pack.
  • Sizes: ONE SIZE

“Job Pack” – 12 pair per pack.

CLC work gloves are covered by a limited lifetime warranty against defects in material and workmanship for the normal life of the product. This warranty does not cover normal wear, abuse, accidents, neglect, or damage caused by use of the product for a purpose other than intended.

Please note that gloves are designed for specific applications and that when working with materials that are highly abrasive or corrosive even high quality gloves will experience accelerated wear. Please ask us for a recommendation if you have any question about the application of a glove for a specific use. CLC gloves are not fire resistant. DO NOT expose to open flame or areas of intense heat.

Warranty claims should be submitted through our website. Products suffering from defects in material or workmanship should be returned to CLC, freight prepaid by the sender. A Return Authorization is required. To submit a claim please select “Contact” from the main menu on our website. When the Contact window appears select “Return Authorization” from the dropdown box, fill in your contact information, and in the “Comments” box please enter the style number or UPC number of your item and describe the related defect. Customer Service will respond via e-mail with your Return Authorization number. When your return is received, we will either repair or replace the item in question, at our discretion.

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90,000 Cotton or Knitwear – Which is Better? Understanding the problem …

You may not believe me, but before the birth of my own child, I didn’t even really think about the quality of children’s clothing. Amazing right? 🙂 But then … That’s about it later, let’s talk today. And at the same time we will find out what is better for delicate baby skin: knitwear, or cotton?

When my baby was born, the first thing I felt when I touched him was that the baby had very delicate skin.It seemed to me that any roughness from the fabric could cause irreparable harm to this transparent luminous skin. And, of course, I wanted the baby to be enveloped by something as soft and tender as down.

Like many young mothers in our country, I inherited some clothes for the baby from my nephews. But then I came from the hospital, got a little better and decided to look at these riches a little closer.

It turned out that almost all clothes, washed many times, are actually quite tough for the baby’s delicate skin.

Of course, of course I know. I know that I, like any young mother, greatly exaggerate everything and worry about everything. But only after this analysis, I had a sharp need for new things for my beloved child. (True, my husband did not think so. It seems that he was ready to dress the baby in a cloth that looked like a bag of sugar. 🙂 Although, probably, I’m still exaggerating again. 🙂)

In general, the question arose about the choice of clothing and, of course, the fabric from which it should be made.

I went to the store to touch and touch everything.I made the following conclusion. The only thing that is really suitable for babies in my opinion is knitwear. Soft and pleasant to the touch. But you can’t give all decisions to intuition, right? You also need to get a grip from a scientific point of view – to see what people write. I heard that the safest fabric for children is cotton.

So what to choose – cotton or knitwear?

Coming home, as a normal modern person, I studied the Internet. The answer turned out to be simple – both. And at the same time! Because comparing them is like comparing which is better: paper or book.🙂 Yes, yes.

It turned out that jersey is a kind of fabric that is made from cotton (not only cotton, of course, but cotton as well) threads in such a way that the fabric becomes strong and, most importantly, elastic. The main property of knitwear is the ability to stretch and then return to its original state.

And I also learned that jersey is not a type of fabric. I would say that this is more of a collective definition. In stores, in response to my request to show jerseys, consultants showed a variety of clothes.More precisely, clothes made from different materials. They buy children’s knitwear in bulk from the manufacturer, so the choice was very wide, and I had something to see.

Of the types of knitwear, I want to highlight several that are also suitable for babies:

  • Interlock . This type of jersey is used to sew most of the items of children’s clothing. The good thing is that it is very soft, it is neither cold nor hot in it. And it is very important for mothers that clothes made of such fabric remain in good condition for a long time.
  • Fleece, velvet or plush . Quite a lot of outerwear for children is found from these materials. Kids in such clothes not only look very cute, they are also very warm in it.
  • Kulirka . It has high strength, although it is quite thin. This species is more common on tracksuits and homewear.
  • Viscose . Quite a capricious material, however, it does not lose popularity. This is the part of jersey that does not store electricity, and also allows air to pass through well.Only in such clothes you do not go to visit, it wrinkles very much.

Knitted fabric has many advantages:

– The fabric is very versatile. Not only children’s things are produced from it, but also bedding, beautiful outfits.

– These clothes are not scary to wrinkle, as they are very resistant to creasing.

– The material is very stretchable, which makes it easy to take any shape.

– Static electricity does not accumulate in knitwear, which creates safety when changing your baby’s clothes.

– Small children often suffer from allergies to everything, and the knitted fabric is hypoallergenic.

– Children are comfortable wearing knitted fabric, as it is very soft and pleasant to the touch.

– Considering that all children love and know how to get dirty, jersey becomes an irreplaceable thing, since it does not lose its qualities with a large number of washes.

Now, during the constant financial crises, knitwear makes me very happy with its price and availability.

In any case, I try to maintain the durability and neatness of children’s clothing. For the sake of my baby, I am not lazy, and I learn how to take care of clothes of every type and material.

Earlier I didn’t understand how a small child who still doesn’t know how to walk can wear out clothes.

But when I began to go on a visit with him, for a walk and in clinics, only then did I understand how quickly children’s clothes deteriorate.

I have been carrying it all this time.I do not use a kangaroo or the ergo backpack

, which is so fashionable today.

His clothes are in contact with mine or dad’s, and I often straighten them if something is lifted. That’s how it gets dirty little by little. And I want my child not only to be beautifully dressed, but also to feel comfortable. Normal desire? Yes, I think so. 🙂 What do you think?

90,000 what kind of fabric, description and composition, types of material

In this article, we propose to get acquainted with a high-quality photo and a detailed description of knitwear, learn about the composition of knitted fabric and its varieties, and also understand what knitwear is.

Description of knitted fabrics

Knitwear is a fabric that is made on special equipment by weaving threads from the same or different materials. Also, jersey often means a product made from this fabric.

The composition of knitwear can include natural (wool, cotton, linen, silk) and synthetic (viscose, lycra, polyester and others) materials, which are produced using various processing methods and types of weaving.Different types of knitwear differ in structure and scope. If knitwear means textiles, then it can be children’s clothing or clothing for adults.

Kinds of knitwear

Depending on the composition, a large number of varieties of knitted fabrics are distinguished, for the production of each of which separate knitting machines are used. The most common ones are:

  • Kulirny stitch (kulirka), which is a thin lightweight fabric that is used for sewing underwear and children’s clothing;

  • ribana, consisting of natural cotton and synthetic lycra, from which children’s clothes, home clothes, nighties and pajamas, cuffs and collars for turtlenecks are sewn;

  • interlock singing, which is made from cotton and lycra, polyester or viscose for sewing tracksuits, skirts, dresses, trousers, turtlenecks, T-shirts, home clothes;

  • footer, which is made of cotton and looks like a couch surface on the front side, and has a fleece on the side adjacent to the body, reminiscent of a bike or fleece in texture;

  • viscose, which is produced from cellulose using a chemical method and can be used for sewing dresses, blouses, T-shirts, washcloths, boots and even car tires.

A description of a fabric such as knitwear would be incomplete without mentioning French knitwear. It differs from ordinary knitwear in a special weaving of threads, thanks to which it becomes resistant to creasing and stretching. This makes the fabric thicker, but it remains soft and pleasant to the touch.

According to its composition, knitted fabric is completely natural (such a fabric is very soft), synthetic (very strong) and mixed (soft and durable).Cotton jersey crumples and wears out quickly, fully synthetic fabrics are highly electrified, but mixed fabrics take their positive qualities from both types.

In the production of knitted fabrics, its type is selected depending on the functions that they must perform. In some cases, it is necessary for the fabric to have a rigid structure and take a certain shape, while in others, high elasticity is required from knitwear. In the production of knitwear, cotton is usually combined with viscose, wool, polyamide.The addition of synthetic material to cotton makes it possible to obtain a fabric with a smooth surface, and which is used to sew nightgowns, shirts and blouses. To create embossed fabric, special textured threads are used. To give the material a presentable look, the following types of processing are used: monochromatic dyeing of the finished fabric, lightening the fabric to white or cream color, obtaining a multi-colored fabric by interweaving pre-dyed threads.

Specifications

Various types of knitted fabrics are made from various natural, synthetic and blended fibers.The most popular is cotton knitted fabric, which does not provoke allergic reactions, is very pleasant to the touch and easy to care for. But the combined knitwear, which includes synthetic fibers, is characterized by increased resistance to deformation and wear, therefore it is better to purchase clothes for long-term wear from this material.

Different types of knitwear differ from each other in terms of extensibility, strength, surface density, opening, curl of edges, orientation of loops in buttonholes.

According to the number of loop layers, single-layer and multi-layer knitwear is distinguished. One-layer knitwear is produced on machines equipped with one needle bed and one cylinder. For the production of multi-layer knitwear, a machine with two or more needle beds and cylinders is required.

Advantages and disadvantages

Advantages and disadvantages of knitted fabric depend on its type. The advantages of all types of knitwear include ease of care, health safety, extensibility, softness, affordable cost.The disadvantage of knitwear can be called the too simple appearance of things from this material and the use of low-quality raw materials in its manufacture, which affects the quality of the fabric itself. Overweight people do not like to wear knitwear due to the fact that this material is too tight on the body.

When choosing knitwear for children, it is recommended to pay attention to the composition of the fabric. It is desirable that it be made from 100% natural raw materials. This will ensure that the knitted clothes will not cause allergies in the child.

In order for knitted clothes to serve for a long time, while maintaining an aesthetic appearance, you should follow some recommendations when caring for jersey, washing and ironing it.

Care

Proper care of the knitted garment guarantees the preservation of the original shape and aesthetic appearance of the garment. In the case of several incorrect washes and ironings, the thing is deformed, pellets will appear on it, shrinkage or stretching will occur. How to care for knitwear depends a lot on the composition of the fabric.

Recommendations for the care of knitwear can always be found on the label that the manufacturer attaches to the item. Garments made from this material are best washed by hand, with the exception of linen and towels. When choosing in favor of washing in a washing machine, you need to select a manual or delicate wash mode without using the spin and dry function.

Sort jerseys by color and turn them inside out before washing. To prevent deformation of the jersey in the washing machine, they can be placed in a special bag during washing.To prevent pills from appearing on them during washing, you need to use a softening conditioner.

Wet knitwear should not be hung on a clothesline. Carefully wrung out items should be laid out on a dry towel, which should be changed from time to time to dry until the item is dry.

Wash

If you do not know if the knitwear shrinks when washed, it means that you have never had knitted items. Let’s figure out how to properly wash knitwear so that products from it do not lose their shape and are worn for a long time.

Before washing the knitwear, it must be prepared, turned inside out. If the item is too dirty, soak it in soapy water for half an hour.

The best detergent for washing knitwear is laundry soap, which is taken in the amount of 2 grams per 1 liter of water. The most gentle way to wash knitwear is hand wash.

The optimum temperature for washing these items is 40 ° C. But before washing it is worth examining the label on the jersey, in which the manufacturer can indicate the temperature of 30 ° C for items consisting mainly of wool, or 50 ° C for items that are more than 70% cotton.If you exceed the temperature specified by the manufacturer, the jersey will shrink.

During the washing of knitwear, the garment is gently squeezed and unclenched in water. After washing, the clothes are thoroughly rinsed, changing the water several times. When pushing up, knitwear is gently squeezed without twisting.

Iron

Before ironing knitwear, study the composition of the fabric. If it contains synthetic components, then the thing does not need ironing, provided that it is properly dried.If there is a need for ironing, then you need to carry out the following preparation:

  • Turn the thing inside out;

  • set the temperature on the iron as recommended by the clothing manufacturer;

  • Prepare the fabric through which you will iron the product.

How to iron the knitwear from which your item is sewn, the signs on the tag will tell you: a crossed out iron means that the material cannot be ironed, an iron with one dot means a temperature of 110 ° C, an iron with two dots – a temperature of 150 ° C, an iron with three points – 200 ° C.

Typically, for ironing knitwear, an iron heated to 110 ° C is used. In this case, you need to move the iron in the direction of knitting the fabric. Do not press on the iron. For the best ironing effect, you can use the steaming function.

If you follow these simple ironing recommendations, the knitwear will retain its pleasant texture and vibrant color for a long time. If these requirements are not followed, then the thing will soon lose its aesthetic appearance and original shape.

Warm fleece fabrics for hoodies and sweatshirts

Neoprene Fabreex

Neoprene fabric

Neoprene is a Russian-made knitwear, which contains 94% polyester and 6% elastane.The knitted polyester neoprene has the same front and back sides, the space between which is filled with monofilament. Due to this, the material is distinguished by its lightness and heat capacity, and is resistant to wear. It does not cause allergies and does not allow moisture to pass through.

The material is lightweight, does not wrinkle and holds its shape well. Due to its properties, neoprene is used to make all kinds of products: casual and sportswear, face masks, suitcase covers, diving suits and water sportswear.Scope of application: dresses, skirts, diving suits, jackets, sweatshirts, swimming caps, leggings. Our neoprene can be sublimated.

Characteristics and composition

The canvas is lightweight and durable. The material is resistant to wear and moisture. Despite its sufficiently high elasticity and softness, it is difficult to mechanically damage and crush it.

The fabric does not cause allergies.In total, several groups of canvases can be distinguished:

· LS – suitable for making clothes;

· S – differs in that it stretches well, is used in the medical field, to perform suits that protect from water;

· HHS – suitable for making shoes – thick and thick;

· NF – fabric products are resistant to fire, used for sewing special clothing;

· W – the canvas has a special coating, used in the field of medicine.

A soft material can be distinguished separately – it is often not the most durable and is suitable for making clothes that are in contact with the body. It is used to create things for sports, slimming underwear. Medium strength fabrics are suitable for creating special clothing. Dense fabrics are used for sewing shoes, suits for divers.

The advantage of using neoprene is that the material is lightweight and stretches well, wears out slowly, does not allow moisture to pass through.In order for linen products to have their original appearance and characteristics for a long time, they must be carefully looked after. Do not iron these items and dry them at high temperatures.

To buy neoprene, use this site. You can order delivery of neoprene to Moscow or other cities. If you have any questions regarding the purchase of neoprene in bulk and its cost, please contact our specialists. We will help you choose an inexpensive material with the required characteristics and arrange the required number of meters wholesale and retail.

Neoprene for diving suits

The advantage of using the material is that it is dense, but at the same time it stretches well. It is used not only for sewing diving suits, but also for making orthopedic items. It does not leak water.

Neoprene clothes do not wrinkle and stay warm for a long time. The material is resistant to most mechanical influences, practically does not deform. For a long time, the canvas retains its original properties.Some fabrics are resistant to temperature changes and can withstand temperatures as low as -50 degrees.

Most of these products are UV resistant and do not fade in sunlight. The plus of its use is that it is safe – bacteria and fungi, other microorganisms harmful to humans, do not multiply in it. The composition does not cause an allergic reaction. To buy neoprene in Moscow, use this site.

There are some peculiarities of caring for such a fabric.Linen items must be hand washed, machine washing or drying may damage the material. Not all detergents can be used to wash these items. Neoprene items must not be wrung out or ironed with an iron.

With alkalis or solvents, acids, the tissue can react and begin to deteriorate. To clarify the characteristics of the material and choose the most optimal one in terms of composition and density, please contact us. The site contains a large assortment of neoprene fabrics; there is delivery to Moscow and other regions.You can buy neoprene fabric in our online store wholesale and retail, with good discounts and fast delivery.

Plaid Asabella cotton jersey 130×160 B03-2

Plaid Asabella cotton jersey 130×160 B03-2 Item Code: 547-952

Manufacturer: Asabella (China)

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Soft knitted blanket made of 100% cotton with double-sided jacquard will give you a feeling of comfort and warmth.
Composition – 100% cotton
Size – 130×160 cm
Care: delicate wash at 30 ° C, do not use chlorine bleach.



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Cotton with lycra – everything about cotton, composition, features, use of cotton with lycra

Cotton is a practical material with excellent characteristics.Its qualities have made it so popular with apparel and home textile manufacturers. Cotton products sell well and are in great demand from consumers.

Not only 100% cotton is popular, but also blended fabrics with the addition of other natural or artificial fibers. They give the cotton additional properties. For example, lycra significantly expands the scope of cotton use.

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What is Lycra

Lycra are thin, weightless fibers that stretch well.They have a synthetic base and are made from polyurethane rubbers in the laboratory. Due to its excellent stretch property (up to 8 times without tearing), lycra is also called elastane. When stretched, the material does not deform and quickly takes on its original appearance.

Lycra is a dense material, it is resistant to dirt and mechanical damage, breathes well, does not deform and is wear-resistant. Not surprisingly, Lycra has a wide range of uses. They sew from it:

  • underwear;
  • uniform for professional athletes;
  • clothing for sports and outdoor activities;
  • hosiery;
  • home clothes.
Cotton with lycra: fabrics

Let’s look at the most popular combinations of cotton with lycra.

Cotton with lycra is for footer, waistcoat, fleece with elastane, etc. Cotton is one of the best materials to combine with lycra. The textile is breathable, moisture-absorbing, hypoallergenic. The presence of lycra provides the necessary elasticity and prevents deformation of the cotton fabric.

  • Footer. It is a knitted fabric with a smooth top and looped back.The main raw material for its production is cotton. To give the canvas additional properties, a small percentage of lycra is added to it (usually no more than 5-7%). The material is soft, hygroscopic and very colorfast. Most often they are used for the production of home clothes: soft cozy bathrobes, pajamas, suits.
  • Kulirka. It is a natural material that contains synthetic additives that provide elasticity. Children’s clothing and items for outdoor activities are sewn from it. The products are easy to care for, so the clothes from the cooler are suitable for trips out of town and for sports.
  • Fleece. It is a warm and very soft material. Cotton with lycra in the fleece makes the fabric durable, durable and breathable.
  • Ribana.

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Composition jersey (100% cotton)
Manufacturer Asabella (China)
Country China
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