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Dimity - Fabriclore

Dimity Fabric

What is Dimity Fabric?

  • Cotton is the most common component in the construction of dimity fabric, which is a lightweight fabric. 
  • It is weaved in such a manner that it generates tiny checks or stripes that are elevated to the surface. 
  • Although it may be patterned, dimity fabric is often left uncolored or white in color. However, it can also be left uncolored. 
  • It withstands a lot of wear and tear and doesn't yellow as quickly as a lot of other textiles do. 
  • Even if the material is not dyed, appliquéd, or patterned with needlework, a weave that has a raised pattern on one side of the cloth has a symmetry that provides it with visual appeal. 
Dimity Fabric

History 

  • Dimity was originally woven from silk or wool fabric, but beginning in the 18th century, practically all of the dimity that is produced now is made from cotton.
Dimity Fabric

What Makes it Stand Out 

Texture

It has a lightweight and ribbed texture due to the raised pattern.

Shine

The fabric has a dull appearance. 

Sheer

Dimity fabric is translucent in nature. 

 

Applications & Usage 

Clothing

Dresses, blouses, nightwear, etc.

Home Furnishing

Curtains, bedsheets, table covers, etc.

Care Instructions 

  • Suitable for cleaning in the washing machine using the gentle cycle and warm water. 
  • Avoid wriggling
  • Air-dry the item using medium heat while using the cotton setting on the iron.

Dimity Fabric

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