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Are you a Garments, Accessories, Home furnishings or a Shoe Manufacturer who wants to know more about the Fabric Cotton Cambric? 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 Cambric is a type of fine, lightweight and plain weave fabric made from Cotton Yarns. The plain tight weave is a characteristic feature of cambric fabric which lends a smooth & silky appearance to the final product.
Its yarn count ranges between 60 and 80 English Cotton Count. Please remember, in the English Cotton Yarn count system, the larger the number the finer the yarn and vice versa. Cambric fabric goes through a process called ‘calendering’. This technique involves passing the fabric through heated rollers. It is this process that makes the fibres tighter and lends a stiff and glossy appearance to the cambric fabric. If you are looking for a fabric that holds its shape well, then cotton cambric is the fabric for you.
It is surprising to know that good quality cambric fabric is capable of retaining its glossiness and stiffness for years, regardless of fabric ageing. Cambric is an excellent fabric for embroidery and lacework because of its high density. Cambric is commonly used in the manufacturing of a variety of different readymade clothes such as women’s tops, gowns, dresses, men’s shirts and other garments. This fabric is a woman’s delight in summers. Cotton Cambric is also quite often used as a lining material.
It is also sometimes used as the backing material for needle works and artworks. Because cotton cambric fabric launders easily and well, it is ideal for for making products like napkins, handkerchiefs, innerwear, nightgowns, slips & children’s dresses. Cotton Cambric also finds its usefulness in making curtains. Even my office has curtains made of cotton cambric. Most varieties of Cambrics are quite opaque but some varieties of cambrics could be semi-transparent.
It is recommended to set your washing machine to sixty degrees when washing cambric clothing. It is best to avoid using a hot iron when eliminating creases from your cambric garment. A medium temperature iron works best! Cotton Cambric is also known by the names Batiste and Nainsook. By the way, Nainsook is a Hindi word.
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