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Silk Fabric

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Silk fabric is known for its softness, luster, beauty and luxurious look. It is one of the higher grade fabrics, which gives the wearer comfort in all types of weather. It keeps the body cool in summer and warm in winter. It is the strongest natural fabric in the world.
It is said that silk was discovered during 2640 B.C. in China. Chinese Empress, Hsi Ling Shi studied the silkworm and learned the art of unwinding the silk from the cocoon and made silk fabric from it. This was the beginning of silk industry in China. Today it holds over 50% of the silk production in the world. Japan ranks second followed by Brazil and India.
Indian silk textiles are popular worldwide because of its sheer variety of designs, weaving and quality. Thai silk is one of the most valued fabrics in the world. USA is the world's leading manufacturer of silk products and France and Italy are the leading manufacturers of high value sophisticated silk fabrics in Europe.
Luxurious and expensive dresses and home furnishings are made of silk fabric. Silk wedding gowns, sarees, kurtas, scarves, silk evening wear and suits are widely used for their elegant look, lustrous shine and sumptuous feel. The different varieties of silk are Chiffon, Georgette, Organza, Crepe de Chine, Duponi, Noil, Pongee, Shantung, Tussar, etc.


Chiffon Fabric

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Chiffon is a textile made from silk, cotton, nylon, polyester, or rayon. It tends to be sheer, with a faint shimmer and a simple weave. When held up to the light, chiffon strongly resembles closely woven netting. Chiffon is generally used in evening and formal wear, since it drapes well and can add a floaty look to gowns and dresses. It is also notoriously difficult to work with, because of the slippery texture of the fabric. Most fabric stores carry several forms of chiffon in varying colors. The name comes from an Old French word for rag.
Silk chiffon is the most prized, since it has a rich shimmer and slick texture. Silk chiffon is also surprisingly strong for its weight. Because silk chiffon is made from a natural fiber, it tends to be more expensive than synthetics, and it also needs to be dry cleaned. Silk is also used to make georgette, sometimes called crepe, a thicker and more opaque fabric which drapes and behaves like chiffon. Another natural fiber, cotton, is sometimes used to make chiffon, although the resulting fabric is more matte and less floaty.
Chiffon can be made from cotton, silk or synthetic fibers, but is usually associated with silk or nylon. Chiffon can be dyed to almost any shade desired, however if made from polyester it is difficult to dye. Under a magnifying glass it resembles a fine net or mesh which allows chiffon to have see-through properties.


Georgette Fabric

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Adding to the elegance and sheer lightweight nature of the fabric. Georgette fabrics are often made of silk. The twisted crepe fibers from which georgette fabric is made give it a springy quality that rebounds its shapes once loosened from the stretched grip. While this quality makes georgette fabric somewhat difficult to sew, the attires developed from it are well worth the effort.


Satin Fabric

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Elegant and classy, satin silk fabrics are widely used for creating distinct garments and garment accessories. Popularly used for creating appealing range of scarves, shawls and bridal wear. The heavier weight satin silk fabric can also be used for home furnishing products making. Stripes, checks, jacquard, print embroidery, crossing yarn colors (double shades) and hand painting can also be done on our satin fabric to increase its aesthetic value.


Crepe Fabric

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Lustrous in visual appeal, crepe fabric has a good sheen and excellent drape. The crepe silks are created from plain, crossing colors, jacquards, printed & embroidery silks. Creating an everlasting impression on your onlookers, our crepe fabrics are available in wide selection of colours and shades.


Organza Fabric

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Sheer and crisp, organza silk fabrics are durable and give a flat crease. Organza silk fabric is used for furnishings and garments and is excellent for home furnishing products.