Types of Fabric

Types of Fabric – there are many types of fabrics, here is a list of some. A list of over 30 fabrics!

Types of Fabric

It’s Fabric Friday, why not share types of fabric.

Types of Fabric - there are many types of fabrics, here is a list of some. A list of over 30 fabrics!

  1. Arguably
  2. Bamboo
  3. Canvas
  4. Cashmere
  5. Chenille
  6. Cheviot
  7. Chiffon
  8. Cotton
  9. Crêpe
  10. Damask
  11. Denim

  1. Duck Cloth
  2. Felt
  3. Georgette
  4. Gingham
  5. Hemp
  6. Jersey
  7. Lace
  8. Leather
  9. Linen
  10. Merino
  11. Modal
  1. Muslin
  2. Nylon
  3. Organza
  4. Poly Cotton
  5. Polyester
  6. PVC
  7. Rayon
  8. Satin
  9. Silk
  10. Spandex
  11. Suede
  12. Taffeta
  13. Toile
  14. Tweed
  15. Twill
  16. Velvet
  17. Viscose
  18. Wool

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