- UV 50 Swim, nylon spandex 220gsm
This is a quality nylon spandex, pre-treated to equip the wearer with protection against harmful UV rays. It is also chlorine-resistant to give added longevity to the print.
- Cotton Jersey, 220gsm
Our cotton jersey is 95% cotton, 5% spandex and has ~50% 4-way stretch. It is an ideal weight for t-shirts, shorts, and dresses.
- Bamboo Jersey, 230-240gsm
Our bamboo jersey is 95% bamboo, 5% spandex and has ~50% 4-way stretch. It has a softer hand compared to cotton jersey, and has excellent drape and recovery. Silky to the touch. the bamboo fibers bring a natural silk-like sheen to the jersey. Ideal for patterns that require drape and flow, especially wrap dresses.
- Double Brushed Polyester, 210gsm
This is a 95% polyester 5% spandex knit and has ~50% 4-way stretch. Brushed on both sides, this knit has a soft hand and drapes well. It’s suitable for tops, skirts and dresses.
- *Cotton Twill, 150gsm
It has a similar hand feel to the quilting weight cottons that most are familiar with. Twill has a characteristically diagonal weave and sturdy construction, which makes it a suitable fabric for a wide range of projects, such as shirts, shorts, pants, dresses.
- *Rayon, 140gsm
Lightweight, breezy and flowy, our plain weave rayon has a softer and cooler hand compared to cotton twill, and a lovely drape. Our 100% rayon has a slight springy quality to it, due to the way it is produced. It is well-suited for patterns that require drape and swish, such as maxi-dresses and circle skirts. Its softness also makes it ideal for children’s clothing.
- *Cotton Canvas, 250gsm
A sturdy canvas made with 100% cotton, this material is ideal for bag-making and upholstery projects from tote bags and backpacks, to placemats and cushion covers.
- Vinyl (~1mm thick)
Our vinyl comes with a matte, cobbled surface and a fabric finish on the reverse. This material is suitable for bags and upholstery projects. Tip: You’ll need at least a 90/14 needle to sew this with a stitch length of min 35mm.
*For cotton twill, cotton canvas, rayon: The fluffed edge of the selvedge is trimmed during production to prevent damaging the printhead. The trimmed fabric then undergoes pre-washing and pressing, which means that some fraying will be observed along the raw edges. During cutting and packing, we neaten the ends as much as possible before shipping it to you.