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Stretch Bengaline Fabric is a very tough and sturdy material

What You Should Know About Stretch Bengaline Fabric
Stretch Bengaline Fabric is a very tough and sturdy material that can be used to make dresses, jackets, skirts and pants. Its durability helps it to keep up with people who are active. The material also has a natural stretch to it that makes it perfect for form fitting clothes that are used while doing activities.
The toughness of this material comes from the way it is woven. A thin or fine fabric is used to weave the warp and a heavier textile is then woven in to create the cross ribs that help to give the fabric its toughness. This weaving style also gives the fabric its lustrous look and feel.
One of the reasons that bengaline has been used so often is that it is very durable. This is because the fabric can be made from different types of fibers that may include rayon, nylon and cotton. In some cases there is even a bit of polyester and spandex woven in with the bengaline as well. The toughness of the material also helps it to resist wrinkles and stains.
This material is also fairly easy to work with. It can be sewn using a needle and thread that is a size that matches the thickness of the fabric. This can be done by hand or on a machine. There are also many different colors to choose from when working with this type of fabric.
The only problem that some people have when sewing with this type of material is making button holes. This is because the fabric does not respond to the sewing touch as well as other fabrics. This is especially true when the material has a polyester content.
Bengaline can also be made softer by the use of fabric softener. However, this should only be done if the manufacturer's instructions say that it is safe to do so. This is because some types of fabric softeners can damage the integrity of the fabric.
Another thing that can be done to make the material softer is by washing it in cold water. This is because hot water can cause the material to shrink and that will make it difficult to work with. This fabric does not respond very well to heat so you should always take precautions when washing it. If you have to wash the fabric in hot water then it should be rinsed out and hang dried afterward.

10S 2/1 twill NR stretch bengaline fabric 12165-19
10S 2/1 twill NR stretch bengaline fabric
Width: 150CM
Weight: 260GSM

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