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4 Things to Sew for Your Holiday Table

Posted by Reanell Hill on

Your home is a sacred place this time of year. It serves as the backdrop to family memories, traditions, and conversations that last a lifetime. Part of making it extra special includes creating handmade items to dress up your table, which are a lot easier than most people realize to do yourself.  In fact, our team at Nature’s Fabrics has made it easy by putting together this brief list of items you can sew. Most of them are simple straight stitches with very little extra effort, making them an ideal choice for anyone who is new to the craft or...

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Different types of knit fabrics

Posted by Michael Cain on

1. Jersey Jersey is the most common type of knit fabric. To make this textile, both knit and purl stitching are put together using a single needle. Thus, this fabric is also called the single or plain knit. Among the types of knit fabrics, this one is easy to distinguish because of its unmistakable right and wrong side of fabric. Jersey knit fabric is a common textile used for making basic T-shirts. It is also perfect for draped garments like dresses and tops. It can come in any fiber, we stock wool, hemp, bamboo, and cotton. We also stock tencel, modal,...

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