What Is Georgette Fabric Made of?


Georgette fabric is made from silk. Although artificial fibres such as polyester are sometimes used to make the fabric, one thing that makes georgette unique is the crinkly crepe-light texture, which feels a little rough and dull, but often gives the fabric a bouncy, flowing look.
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Georgette is a sheer lightweight fabric, often made of silk or polyester. It is slightly heavier and more opaque than chiffon. The twisted crepe fibers from which Georgette fabric gives it a springy quality that makes it seem to move on its own.
Georgette fabric is a fabric made from silk traditionally, even though synthetic fibres like polyester are used as well. What makes georgette fabric different is the crinkly crepe-light texture, that feels a bit rough and dull, but gives the fabric a lively, flowing look. Georgette fabric are common in many stores, available in different colours.
Georgette fabric is a silk or polyester woven textile that is lightweight with a crinkly and sheer texture.
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