Fabric Contents: 97% poly, 3% span
What I love about Liverpool: it's very forgiving, adds structure without losing comfort, can be used to add volume to any garment and it's very stretchy.
What I dislike about Liverpool: tends to be warm due to its high poly count.
Ideal for: pencil skirts, twirly skirts, blazers, any fitted garment (SOS pant, twirly dress, Boundless, etc).
Fabric Contents: 96% poly 4% span
What I love about DBP: It's perfect for everything you want to make. It's flowy, stretchy, and buttery soft.
What I dislike about DBP: Due to its high poly count, some might find it warm. Although, I wear DBP all year round.
Ideal for: leggings, dresses (great twirl!), tops, shorts, and really ANYTHING.
Fabric Contents: 80% nylon, 20% span
What I love about Swim: Excellent for bras! Something that many people don't think of. Why not? I mean, it's breathable, can handle wet environments, and it's sooo comfy!
What I dislike about Swim: Nothing.
Ideal for: swimsuits, athleisure, fitness apparel, bras, panties, anything you want to breathe really well.
Fabric Contents: 100% poly
What I love about Chiffon: Light and flowy.
What I dislike about Chiffon: Not breathable and not stretchy. This really doesn't matter because chiffon fabric will be used for coverups and such.
Ideal for: Coverups & layered twirly skirts.
Fabric Contents: 100% cotton
What I love about Cotton Jersey: Breathable, cotton jersey knit fabric has an ultra soft hand, fluid drape.
What I dislike about Cotton Jersey: Not as soft as DBP
Ideal for: Perfect for leggings, form-fitting tops, T-shirts, gathered skirts and fuller dresses.
Fabric Contents: 100% Rayon, Made from soft rayon and reminiscent of French silk
What I love about Rayon Challis: Light and flowy
What I dislike about Rayon Challis: nothing
Ideal for: Summer blouses, skirts, and flowing dresses. Known for its delicate, understated matte-finish, Challis is the embodiment of European grace.
Fabric Contents: 95% cotton, 5% span
What I love about Cotton Spandex: Breathable fabric that is perfect for summer.
What I dislike about Cotton Spandex: Nothing
Ideal for: leggings, shorts, sportswear, t-shirts, dresses
Fabric Contents: 80% poly, 16% rayon, 4% span
What I love about French Terry: Everything! It makes the comfiest winter dresses, pullovers, and hoodies.
What I dislike about French Terry: Mainly for winter usage but I love it all year round, even though it's very warm.
Ideal for: lounge-wear, hoodies, jackets and pullovers.
Fabric Contents: 95% poly, 5% span
What I love about Hacci: It's an excellent winter fabric
What I dislike about Hacci: Nothing
Ideal for: all sorts of winter apparel
Fabric Contents: 96% poly, 4% span
What I love about ITY: Sometimes I can find brushed ITY which feels just as amazing as the DBP. Great for twirl and flowy garments.
What I dislike about ITY: It can be a bit warm.
Ideal for: maxi dresses and maxi skirts, dresses, pencil skirts, any loose or fitted garment.
Fabric Contents: Varies from cotton/rayon/poly/span combinations.
What I love about Modal: This is my #1 favorite fabric because it's breathable, buttery soft, drapes beautifully and it's forgiving.
What I dislike about Modal: Too many variables so it's hard to know which to get.
Ideal for: Everything. Similar to DBP, Modal can be worn for any occasion and any style.
Fabric Contents: 92% poly, 8% span
What I love about Power Mesh: The ginormous selection of solids and prints that can be used for just about any application. It also snaps to your body and can work as a controlled boyd linning.
What I dislike about Power Mesh: Nothing
Ideal for: swim lining, lingerie, layered skirts and dresses, coverups, linning for dresses
Fabric Contents: 95% poly, 5%span
What I love about Stretch Lace: Adds a beautiful accent to all clothes
What I dislike about Stretch Lace: Nothing
Ideal for: layered dresses and skirts, coverups, lingerie