Muslin Long Shirt with Printed Plazzo Set
Work: Sequins Embroidery and Dabka Embroidery
Delivery Time: 3-5 Days after Order Confirmation
Care: Dry Clean Only
No Refund Policy
What is Muslin?
Muslin is an ancient Indian cotton fabric with a loose plain weave that is both lightweight and breathable. Today, the value of muslin lies in its adaptability, as it is used for anything from photographic backgrounds to surgical drapes. Muslin is a cotton fabric with a loose weave. Plain weave refers to the weaving method in which a single weft thread alternates over and beneath a single warp thread. Muslin is often used in fashion prototypes to test designs prior to cutting and sewing the final garment.
What Are the Different Types of Muslin?
Muslin is available in many shapes and weights. High-quality muslins are soft, silky, and woven from evenly-spun yarns, which means that the thread width is consistent throughout the fabric. Muslins of coarser, lesser quality are woven using irregular, bleached or unbleached threads.
There are four primary muslin grades:
Gauze: Gauze is an ultralight, sheer version of muslin that is used for clothing, as a kitchen filter, and to treat wounds.
- Mull: Mull is a lightweight, simple muslin often composed of cotton and silk, but sometimes viscose. Mull is often used for dress underpinning to provide weight and rigidity to a garment, or for testing garment patterns.
- Swiss muslin: Swiss muslin is a transparent, lightweight muslin fabric with embossed patterns or dots that is often used for warm-weather garments.
- Sheeting: Sheeting is the densest and coarsest kind of muslin, and it is used for apparel and household goods.
An intricately woven cotton fabric with a fine and silky feel. Muslin may be bleached, piece-dyed, and woven or printed with patterns. Kanchan Fashion's contemporary muslin fabric has a variety of digital designs that can be fashioned into elegant, sophisticated garments. It also has an added sheen and excellent durability.
What is Hand Embroidery?
Hand Embroidery is the art of using needle and thread to create beautiful stitches on cloth. There are several varieties of thread, yarn, and fibres to use in embroidery, as well as an abundance of stitches. Quilts, clothes, and accessories are decorated with hand embroidery. Ribbons, beads, and buttons may be used to embellish embroidery. There are several materials pertaining to hand embroidery stitches. Hand embroidery may be both attractive and functional.