A plain weave, rather lustrous and crisp silk fabric with pronounced irregular ribs formed by slubbed yarns. The slubs are formed by the spinning of silk from a double (from which the name derives) silkworm cocoon, which can't be unwound evenly in the reeling process, leaving thicker spots in the filaments.
|Material||mulberry silk x slubby Indian silk|
|Weight||120 Grams Per Meter|
|Width||54 inches | 137 cm|
|Wash Care||Dry Clean Only.|
|Usage||Raw silk is used for clothing such as shirts, suits, ties, blouses, lingerie, pajamas, jackets, historical costumes, bridal and Indian wear, Hand spun mulberry silk used for making comforters and sleeping bags as well as carpet, furnishing, curtains, draperies, cushion covers and sofa covers wall hanging.|
|Disclaimer||Slight difference in color from visible product image is possible. Silk is a natural product and, therefore, will always have a small amount of natural flaws, therefore, particularly for dressmaking, it is always advisable to order a little bit more than you actually need.|