1. Burn-out Fabric

Burnout print is created by destroying the cotton portion of the fabric with Acid / Chemical. When the chemical contact with cotton portion, it leaves a marbled look in the fabric and gives it a burn-out style and an edgy look.

  1. Combed Cotton Fabric

Combed cotton is an extremely soft version of cotton. It is made by special treatment of cotton fibers before they are spun into yarn. The fine bushes are used to eliminate short strands and straighten fibers to make the combed cotton twisting smooth, soft and even thinner fibers together to produce a smooth thread.

  1. Jersey Fabric

Jersey is basically stretchy knit that is made up from 100% cotton or a cotton/polyester synthetic blend. It is light and flexible, yet warm and insulating with many great features.

  1. Linen Fabric

Linen is typically made from the fiber of the flax plant and is very labor intensive to produce. This fabric is incredibly breathable, its textured weave dries quickly and make it cool to wear. However, it tends to wrinkle more easily than cotton and generally feels much more relaxed because of this.

  1. Modal Fabric

Modal is basically a form of rayon which is made up with beechwood plant fibers. These fibers makes modal fabric with beautiful drape and a slinky feel. This type of a fabric is soft and breathable and is perfect for summer wear.

  1. Pigment Dyed Fabric

The pigment material is being added to the fabric that binds and wraps around it to change its color. It is basically a coloring process that coats the outside of the fibers. This pigment dyed creates a faded and worn-in look to the t-shirts.

  1. Pima, Supima Fabric

Pima, Suprima is made up of extra-long fibers which are considered as the highest quality cotton. These long fibers make the cotton extremely soft and durable. These cottons resist pilling, fading, and stretching, even after multiple washings. In fact, with each washing, the cotton becomes softer.

  1. Organic Cotton Fabric

Organic cotton fabric is made up with cotton which is grown with minimal fertilizers and pesticides. This cotton is usually softer and more expensive than treated cotton. Because of the many good reasons, this cotton is often referred to as “the fabric of our lives”. Moreover, organic cotton fiber is used in everything from personal care items to fabrics, home furnishings, children’s products, and clothes of all kinds and styles.

  1. Polyester Fabric

Polyester is made up with synthetic material that is great at keeping us cool. Polyester is often referred as moisture wicking fabric or high performance shirt. Polyester made items maintains its shape well and resists shrinking and wrinkles.There are a lot of items which are made from 100% poly or a mixture of it and other synthetics.

  1. Rayon Fabric

Rayon is a man-made fiber which comes out from trees, cotton, and woody plants. Rayon is created as a more affordable alternative to silk, it is woven or knitted into a silky, breathable fabric, and is often found in athletic wear. Rayon also wrinkles easily.

  1. Rib Knit Fabric

Rib Knit is created through alternating rows of knit and purl stitches. It feature ridges on both sides of the fabric. Rib Knit has a ridged pattern that creates a thick, structured garment which is more stretch in the width then the length.

  1. Slub Cotton Fabric

Slub cotton seems to have slight lumps in the fabric. It is because of the process prior to weaving the cotton, the cotton get twisted look and create irregular twists in the fabric so there is no need to iron, because it is not designed to look flat.