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Are you a Garment manufacturer who wants to know when should one use cotton fabric as a lining material? If yes, then do watch out this video till end. Hello, this is Tushar from Charu Creation Pvt Ltd, a fashion fabric company at Nehru Place, New Delhi. So friends, Cotton is the most popular fabric for making linings – and the most comfortable against your skin. Cotton is made from natural fibres so it is breathable and extremely comfortable against the skin as it wicks moisture well.
Thin lining cotton material does not add extra bulk to the whole garment. This is extremely important for fitting dresses and trousers. Cotton lining like cotton voile and cotton cambric are the best choice when sewing for kids or when lining summer clothes. They are machine washable. But there are some problems attached with cotton fabric. Cotton when used as a lining material does not glide smoothly, which is a criteria many look for when selecting lining fabric, especially for high end jackets and coats. If you want that soft and silky feeling for the inside of the garment then cotton is not for you. Cotton may be rough.
Cotton simply does not look luxurious or expensive. Another problem with a cotton lining is that it wrinkles a lot. Also if you do not preshrunk cotton fabric it will shrink after the first wash and thus may distort the garment as it will shrink differently from lining.
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