This third article of the series talks about widely used Synthetic fibres.
Read about the most popular of the synthetics – polyester, but also about acrylics, nylon and elastomerics (known as elastane or spandex).Read More
Repair a ripped seam on a tweed jacket in 5 easy steps.
This technique can be applied on any type of woven fabric and on variety of garments, such as jackets, vests, coats and other garments with ripped seam. Apply it on the main seams, torn corner pockets, zipper seams and more.
Regenerated Fibres are made from cellulose and some alternative raw materials.
This second part of the series takes closer look at fibres such as rayon, viscose, acetate, triacetate, but also at some eco-friendly options like lyocell, soya and bamboo.
This part one of the series covers the most preferred group of the Natural Fibres.
It discusses cotton, wool, silk, linen, hemp, bamboo and other sustainable alternatives. You will find also definitions of terms such as fibre, yarn and fabric.
An excellent method for covering any damages or marks at the front of a blouse.
Find out how this easy to do T-shirt refashion with lace can literally transform your casual top into a unique one-of-a-kind beauty. And all styled according to your taste and preferences!