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sleeve lining fabrics
A fully-lined suit jacket is heavier, warmer and has a thicker look
to it. As opposed to half lined or unlined suit jackets, a lined
jacket will not crinkle or catch on your dress shirt as easy. The
extra fabric (the lining) is another layer between the outside
shell on your body.
Fabric Linings is used in both sewing and tailoring, lining refers
to the inner-layer of fabric or other material that is used to
provide a neat finish to the garment or accessory.
The lining in a leather jacket is structurally and fashionably
important for the jacket. A jacket with lining is heavier, warmer
and has a thick look, thus it lays nicely over the body contours.
The extra layer of cloth helps to obtain a perfect fit, while also
making the jacket fall smoothly from top to bottom. Jacket lining
not only helps absorb sweat, but also provides another layer of
cloth that helps keep body heat closer to the skin.
The lining provides a smoother and clean finish to the jackets by
concealing interlinings, raw edges and padding, and most
importantly - it also extends the life of the jacket. The lining in
a leather jacket helps to perfectly shape to your body, while also
preventing it from stretching.
How to choose the right lining fabric?
In sewing and tailoring, a lining is an inner layer of fabric. We
need the inner lining because it provides a neat inside finish and
conceal interfacing, padding, the raw edges of seams, and other
In our beloved Chanel jacket the lining has even a bigger role; The
lining will be quilted on the loose bouclé or tweed fabric, in
order to make the tweed a piece of couture and comfortable to wear
as a sweater.
So, the lining is one of the main characteristics of suit and
jacket and its signature style.
Why choose polyester?
It is such a popular choice for apparel because polyester fibers
are thermoplastic, or heat-sensitive. This means that fabrics,
which are 100% polyester, can be given permanent pleats and
decorative shapes and patterns can be laser-cut into them. They are
also highly stain-resistant, so great for cleaning.
You might notice that when a garment is 100% polyester, that is it
prone to static build up. This is a nightmare when it comes to
ensuring your hair looks good, and you might find yourself being
able to give people static shocks – which, although harmless, can
be pretty annoying! To eliminate this issue, polyester is often
blended with more stable fibers, such as cotton. This is then known
as poly cotton and it embodies the benefits of both fabrics;
strong, durable, wrinkle resistant and far more breathable than
Polyester clothing tends to be slippery and almost silky to touch
and the fibers can be woven or knitted to create the fabric,
although knitted maximizes its flexibility. It is a naturally
bright fiber and can be modified easily for different uses.