What is Satin?
is weaved by plain and twill weave. Satin has lustrous surface on one side and duller surface on the other side. This fabric is formed with a satin weave using filament fibers such as silk, polyester or nylon.
- Name of satin fabric is originated from name of Chinese port town: Zaitun is now known by the name Quanzhou.
- Chinese textile artist creates long Satin robes.
- It was first made available in Italy during the 12th century.
- Satin was exotic trading item between the china, Arab, Western Europe during middle ages.
- Satin was used to cover fine furniture, such as the ornate furniture at Versailles and many Victorian pieces.
What Makes it Stand Out
- Wrinkle-resistant: Satin fabric do not get wrinkles easily as other fabrics, and thicker satins are less prone to wrinkles.
- Satin is durable and has a beautiful drape.
||Beautiful flowy drape
Application & Usage
- Used in apparel such as blouses, shirts, scarves, shirts and ties.
- Used heavily in lingerie industry.
- Used in beddings, curtains and drapes which lend a characteristic richness to the environment.
- Used in accessories like Purses, clutches , scarves, headgear and shoes .
New Age Innovations
It has became affordable due to the innovative manufacturing of the fabric as well as the introduction of Satin created with synthetic threads.
Care Instructions of Satin
- Easily hand Wash or machine wash in cold water and use chemical free detergent.
- Protect the satin fabric from direct sunlight to maintain its shine.
- Avoid squeezing of fabric after washing to maintain it structure and shape.
- While ironing upside the fabric at temp between 100 to 140 degrees.