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|Material:||100% Viscose||MOQ:||1000 Meters|
|Application:||Suit/jacket Lining Fabric||Technical:||Jacquard Woven|
viscose jacquard fabric,
polyester viscose fabric
How to choose the right lining fabric?
In sewing and tailoring, a lining is an inner layer of fabric. We need the inner lining because it provides a neat inside finish and conceal interfacing, padding, the raw edges of seams, and other construction details.
In our beloved Chanel jacket the lining has even a bigger role; The lining will be quilted on the loose bouclé or tweed fabric, in order to make the tweed a piece of couture and comfortable to wear as a sweater.
So, the lining is one of the main characteristics of suit and jacket and its signature style.
Jacquard fabric features a raised pattern that is woven (instead of printed) onto the fabric. Popular jacquard designs include damasks, florals, and geometrics. This textured fabric has varying drape-ability and durability depending on the fibers used.
What is a jacquard weave and why is it so unique? A jacquard weave is created through a loom process, which is programmed to raise each warp thread independently of the other threads. The design of the jacquard fabric is incorporated into the weave, instead of being printed or dyed onto the fabric.
Viscose lining fabrics are anti-static, smooth to the touch, soft, pliable and light enough in weight. Viscose is sometimes called Rayon. Viscose, man-made fiber created from cellulose chemically extracted from trees. It's a little weaker in strength than cotton, and thus is often used to make delicate, lighter clothing.