Denim-Like Double Gauze and Trefle-D

All eyes are on this year’s trend – denim!

Originally considered work wear, nowadays denim is a fashion must-have item. Did you know that denim is one of the hottest mod trends this year? Setting denim as a theme we are featuring a series of fabrics in different materials with which you can create various items. In particular, the double gauze fabric comes in a simple design, making it a “wearable denim.”

Denim Dot H10000-100 Double Gauze Sericite Finish H10000-100_1H10000-100_2

A denim-like woven pattern of simple dots design makes this fabric more wearable. Hollow ring dots in a hand drawn finish look cute, don’t they? This double gauze fabric is processed with sericite, creating an uneven dye finish like stone washed material.

Denim Triangle H10000-101 Double Gauze Sericite Finish
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Randomly placed triangles in different sizes fill this fabric. Looking closely, you will notice triangles with stripes inside. The texture of this fabric is suitable for a blouse or tunic. By adding a cotton batting, you can also make a fluffy and stylish bag or pouch.

Bulldog   T/C Combined Weave #10 Denim  
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Mischievous looking French bulldogs line up to make up a design. With a combination of cotton (60%) and polyester (Tetron) (40%), this fabric is relatively thick and is perfect for making bags and children’s pants with its nice characteristics. It is soft yet strong and doesn’t wrinkle easily.

Mustache  T/C Combined Weave #10 Denim
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Mustache is also a T/C combined weave in #10 denim. A mustache design, a popular motif often used for knickknack items and stationery, is featured. Why not make a stylish clutch bag in this playful fabric?


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