Fabric Information

Cotton: Cotton is a fabric that keeps the sweating feature to a minimum level due to its breathable structure. It has a texture that can easily be preferred in hot conditions. Due to its natural structure, it does not cause an allergic reaction. In washing and ironing processes, the heat ratio should be considered.


Linen: Linen fabrics are very durable and absorbent structure. It has the feature of keeping it cool because it does not keep the air hidden. It is therefore a particularly preferred type of fabric in summer. Natural linen products should be ironed when moist.


Viscose: A type of fabric that is easy to maintain. It has the feature of pulling sweat. It is a fabric that does not discolor. Due to its flowing structure, it gives an elegant appearance. It has a structure suitable for machine washing.


Acrylic: Acrylic is  resistant to sunlight. It is a kind of fabric that is easy to maintain. Due to being soft, comfortable and light, it provides high gains in usage areas. Acrylic products can be easily washed in the washing machine.


Polyester: Polyester fibers are highly resistant to dryness and wetness. It is resistant to light, bacteria and has a long life. Due to its flexibility, it is resistant to wrinkling. It is a breathable, light weight fabric. It can be washed easily in the machine, can dry quickly and can be used easily without ironing.


Lycra / Elastane:

Due to its elasticity, it is included in the durable, strong structure. It has both longitudinal and transverse stretching feature. It is a fabric that is recommended to be washed at low temperature.

Denim: It is a naturally renewed yarn whose raw material is cotton. If there is a lycra ratio, it should be withdrawn when wet. It is recommended to flip the products upside down to avoid wear on the front surface. In the ironing process, the use of steam is recommended.


Scuba Diver: It is a flexible fabric that covers the body. Its flexibility makes it durable. Because it is tight and wraps around the body, a body shows thinner.


Medina Silk: The fabric that you can easily use in 4 seasons, is an indispensable product especially in sunny and hot days. This fabric is mostly produced over dark colors.


Wool: Wool fabrics are soft and flexible with their moisture absorption feature. The air contained in the fabric improves the technology against the hot and cold of wool. Thus, the heat in the body in open water.


Chiffon fabric: The chiffon fabric, which is both durable and very delicate, is thin and transparent. Good crease. Suitable for shirring and frilly models. Used in blouses, tunic, dresses, evening dresses and women’s underwear. The chiffon is hard to work with because the fabric slides constantly. For this purpose, non-slippery papers are placed in the area to be worked and cut with the help of these papers. The fabric should not be stretched during sewing. The good standing of the garment depends on keeping the stitches clean and uniform. The iron should be ironed in a woolen setting and without steam.


Organza: It is a very thin, transparent, hard and flat woven fabric. Generally used in evening dresses, wedding dresses, shawls and tunics. It can be steam ironed in wool fabric setting. No ironing cloth required.


Taffeta: It is an upright, bright, smooth plain woven silk fabric. Wrinkles quickly. Used in evening dresses. Seams should be ironed warmly on the back cushion.