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Tricot Fabrics

YES fabrics is your online textile web shop with a large collection of different types of fabrics. In our collection you will always find cotton fabrics, but also different types of tricot fabrics. More about this fabric can be read on this page, we’ll explain what tricot is and what types of tricot YES fabrics is selling. We’ll also share some tips on processing tricot fabrics.

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YES fabrics is your online textile web shop with a large collection of different types of fabrics. In our collection you will always find cotton fabrics, but also different types of tricot fabrics. More about this fabric can be read on this page, we’ll explain what tricot is and what types of tricot YES fabrics is selling. We’ll also share some tips on processing tricot fabrics.

Tricot fabric: a short introduction

Tricot is a fabric created from fine knitting. This knitting can be done with different types of yarn like wool, cotton, polyester etc. To create tricot textile, knitting machines are used. Tricot can also be created by hand, but this is labor intensive. Tricot has several unique properties. It’s a fabric with a large natural stretch. The fabric is high quality, especially if it’s produced by a professional manufacturer.

The many different types of tricot fabrics

YES fabrics sells different types of tricot fabrics. We have tricot fabrics baby, tricot fabrics children, tricot fabrics retro, tricot fabrics white, tricot fabrics black and tricot fabrics printed. In fact it doesn’t matter what type of fabric or textile you need for your tricot creation, we have it all in our big collection tricot fabrics. You can find all types of tricot fabrics in our web shop.

All tricot fabrics we sell are of high quality. You can tell the quality by the stretch of the fabric, but also from the lifespan of the fabric. Our tricot fabrics are of the best quality available, with strong stretch and long lifespan. When you buy your tricot fabrics at YES fabrics, you’re assured of the highest quality.

Processing tricot fabrics: three important tips

Are you looking for the best way to process tricot fabrics. Then it’s important to take into account the following tips and tricks:

Tip 1: Always use a stretch stitch or a light zigzag stitch when working with tricot fabrics. By using these stitches the seam will stay flexible and will not break.

Tip 2: Always use a jersey needle. This is a needle with a ball point, which ensures the fabric doesn’t get damaged. If you sew with a normal needle, it might damage the fabric.

Tip 3: Don’t pull the fabric during sewing. If you do pull, the stitches will be baggy. When working with tricot fabrics, it’s important to let the sewing machine do all the work. Don’t put the fabric under any stress from pulling.

Ordering Tricot fabrics at YES fabrics

Do you need a high quality stretch fabric for creating the most beautiful pieces of clothing, then order your tricot fabrics from YES fabrics. We’ll make sure your order is delivered to your home as soon as possible. Do you have any questions regarding the tricot fabrics we’re offering in our web shop? Do not hesitate to contact us. You can also contact us with any other questions or if you need help placing an order in our web shop. Our customer friendly staff will be more than happy to help you order the tricot fabrics of your choice!

 

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