The m t k belt looping is an extruded polymer resin that when heated acts as a bonding agent to fabric fibers. Once bonded to the fibers, it acts as an anti-fraying agent during washing. It is extremely effective against the most severe garment treatments widely used in today's fashion. Standard widths include: 5/8', 3/4", 15/16’
Muslin is most typically a closely-woven unbleached or white cloth, produced from corded cotton yarn. Wide muslin is called "sheeting". A very popular use is for pattern makers as a draping material. It is also used to make dresses or curtains but may also be used to complement foam for bench padding. Muslin breathes well, and is a good choice of material for clothing meant for hot, dry climates.
Komar stocks a line of pocketing suitable for the fabrications and treatments in today's fashion arena. The line moves from a light weight cotton style up to twill weaves and herringbone pattern - All deigned for denim fashion market. Regardless of your application, Komar is has the pocketing solution to meet your needs.
100% latex-free compounds available. Extremely flexible with formulation and dimensions to achieve high yields, high elongations, variable modulus, specific gravity and cost control. Excellent stretch recovery. Completely launderable; dry cleaning elastics available. Non-shrinking, retains original size and tension after multiple wash/dry cycles. Resistant to chlorine, suntan lotion, salt water and perspiration.
Twill tape is a flat twill-woven ribbon of cotton, linen, polyester, or wool. Twill tape is available in various widths, generally up to 1 inch (2.5 cm), and a wide range of colors. Twill tape is used in sewing and tailoring to reinforce seams, make casings, bind edges, and make sturdy ties for closing garments.