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What is terry cloth? It makes sense why we get asked this question on a regular basis —terry cloth is available in a wide range of weights and materials and one type can look and feel dramatically different from another.
This super-popular type of fabric is just about everywhere, and oftentimes many people use terry cloth on a daily basis without knowing its name. In its most simple form, terry cloth (also known as terry toweling), is a fabric covered in tiny loops designed to be both highly absorbent and soft to the touch. There are three main types of terry cloth, terry cloth (towel terry), French terry and terry velour, and we’ll describe each of these in more detail below.
With summer comes warmer temperatures and longer days, so it’s the ideal time of the year for lighter, more breathable fabrics.
Enter Embrace® double gauze cotton — it’s lightweight, easy breezy and comfy cozy, and great for summer sewing.
Embrace® double gauze cotton is perfect for summer-friendly sewing projects like accessories (scarves and shawls), baby products (swaddle blankets and bibs), apparel (kimonos, tops, tunics, dresses), sleepwear (nightgowns, robes, pajama pants), home decor (lightweight throw blankets, window treatments, quilts), table linens (napkins, table cloths), and more.
Hello!!! My name is Liz and I am the owner of a sewing pattern company for children’s clothing, Little Lizard King. We write PDF sewing patterns for children’s clothing. At quilt market in October we had the pleasure of meeting the team at Shannon Fabrics. Their fabrics are a perfect match for many of our patterns!
Hello! We just returned from Houston Quilt Market and would love to share a bit from the show. We enjoyed seeing everyone and catching up, as well as meeting new friends. We were so busy but the energy was amazing! Thank you to everyone who visited our booth, attended our Schoolhouses, chatted with us at Demo Alley and/or came to our Take & Teach classes. Here’s a quick peek from the show.