How to Choose a Velvet Fabric?
Choose rich and elegant fabrics, it is difficult to bypass velvet. Velvet has a surprisingly luxurious feel, and surprisingly, velvet is very durable when properly cared.
Velvet cloth consists of two parts; woven backing and pile, which is often called "face". With different types of fiber woven into velvet, each have different characteristics, which is what you should choose velvet should be known.
Mohair and silk velvet has a characteristic that the fabric is very rich, deep pile of bunch is often very thick. Therefore, these velvets are not suitable for fine customization of pleated or narrow pipes. Mohair velvet with low flammability, excellent moisture resistance properties and great natural rejection of dirt.
Linen velvet has a unique matte appearance, breathable and has a cool touch. This is a relatively casual fabric because it does not have most of the other velvet's luster. The linen velvet is very easy to get bruised or broken, but there is a gorgeous retro look.
Cellulose Velvets, especially viscose, greatly increased popularity. Viscose Velvets have a dark luster and a soft feel to create a very high gloss velvet.
Synthetic Velvets can reproduce the "real" velvet look and feel. They are flame retardants, have anti-mold effect and are dimensionally stable.
When choosing a velvet fabric, it is important to understand that all velvet is not the same. Natural cellulose cellulose is richer and more luxurious than Synthetic Velvets. However, because of their softness and luster, they will be broken under normal handling and wear. As a feature of fabric construction, comfort and elegance, this should be expected and accepted.