What is Velvet Fabric?
Velvet Navy is a type of woven tufted fabric in which the cut threads are evenly distributed, with a short dense pile, giving it a distinctive soft feel. By extension, the word velvety means “smooth like velvet.” Velvet can be made from either synthetic or natural fibers.
Where is velvet fabric used?
Velvet Navy fabric has a wide usage area. These; daily, night, special days, invitations, etc. as clothes, seat upholstery, bedside, wall coverings, curtains, cabinet doors, gift and jewelry boxes can be used.
Other Fabric Models
Lining: Lining is an intermediate material used in textile and clothing sector to prevent contact of skin or chemicals on the skin with chemicals on the skin and to prevent body skin irritation due to possible friction.
Crepe: Users generally prefer this fabric for draped, shabby-type hijab garments. It suits every body type, does not adhere to the body. Crepe-made clothes are stylish and sleek, which is also the reason why they want to be used. Also a good choice for those who do not like iron, it does not wrinkle. It should be noted, of course, that the wrinkling condition may vary according to the cotton content. It is a non-sweaty, lightweight fabric. There are many varieties suitable for all seasons. As you know, clothes made from comfortable fabrics that do not sweat are preferred for summer clothes, so crepes are a good option.
Cotton: They are 100% cotton. It is a natural fabric that does not sweat in the winter. This fabric has a texture that will relax you in hot weather. Due to its natural structure, it does not cause an allergic reaction. It is a cast and airy fabric.
Satin: It is a shiny fabric. You can easily distinguish satins from other fabrics. Made of twisted cotton yarn. More twisted yarns produce more shine. Satin silk is likewise very pleasantly attractive, lighter to cloud-like. Its major advantage is its resistance to wrinkling.