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Mulmul Fabric

What is Mulmul Fabric?

  • Mulmul is a soft and fine weave of cotton , which is also known as muslin.
  • It is almost around 100 years ago when Bengali weavers first weaved it.
  • Mulmul cotton fabric was one of the prized imports from India to the lands of England and Scotland.
  • It started appearing in the market there and then gradually the countries of the continent started manufacturing it.

History

  • It was traded in Europe by 17th century was one of the prized imports from India.
  • Later the manufacturing of mulmul or muslin started in England and Scotland.
  • Originally it originated in Dhakeshwari or Dhaka in Bangladesh, which was then a part of India.
  • Than the fabric was referred to as Daka there.

What Makes it Stand Out?

  • It is great for summers, especially in the harsh summers of India, since its very breathable .
  • It gets softer with every wash.
  • Readily absorbs moisture and keeps the wearer cool.
Texture The fabric is super soft and lightweight
Fall Drapable
Shine  Dull / No shine
Sheer Slight Sheer

Mulmul printed fabric

Image Reference - https://www.amazon.in/Navyas-Fashion-Printed-Dressing-Materials/dp/B08JYV82QW

 

    Application and Uses

    • Kurti, Tops, Lehenga, Gown, Saree, Blouse, Dupatta, Churidar, Kids Wear, Men's Wear, Home decor, Event decor, Festival decor, Art and Craft etc.
    Apparel Yes
    Home Furnishing Yes
    Accessories -

     Mul Mul flare top

    Image Reference - https://www.theloom.in/off-white-cotton-mulmul-double-layered-top-etg004-kaat1

    Mulmul curtains

    Image Reference - https://www.jaypore.com/maroon-green-and-hand-block-printed-mulmul-cotton-curtain-p647830

    Care Instructions

    • Soak the fabric in lukewarm water mixed with mild liquid detergent for about 10 mins prior to wash.
    • Advised to got for hand wash .
    • Rinse with running tap water and let the soapy foams get washed away. 
    • Do not wring, twist or squeeze , when its wet .
    • Avoid sun dryng if its dyed . If plain white , sun drying works .
    • Must be washed separately to avoid any kind of wear and tear or colour damage.
    • Iron only low heat .

    Reference links

    https://www.sarojfabrics.com/by-fabrics/cotton-fabrics/White-Mulmul-Cotton-Fabric

    https://keyasethexclusive.com/blogs/blog/how-to-take-care-of-your-muslin-sarees

    https://www.faridagupta.com/blog/mul-cotton-fabric.html


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