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Fabric alphabet

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Looking for a fun new way to teach your littles the aphabet. We made a fabric alphabet just for you. Enjoy!

A: Acrylic fabric – a synthetic fiber made from a polymer of acrylic acid, used to create a variety of fabric types such as fleece or knit.

B: Burlap – a rough, natural fabric made from jute or hemp, often used for bags or as a base for other fabrics.

C: Cotton – a natural fiber made from the cotton plant, used to create a wide range of fabrics such as denim, chambray, and muslin.

D: Denim – a sturdy, twilled cotton fabric often used for jeans, jackets, and other apparel.

E: Elastic – a stretchy fabric made from rubber, spandex, or other synthetic fibers, used for bands or waistbands.

F: Fleece – a soft, synthetic fabric made from polyester or another synthetic fiber, used for warm clothing or blankets.

G: Gingham – a plain-weave cotton fabric with a checked or plaid pattern, often used for summer dresses or children’s clothing.

H: Hemp – a natural fiber made from the hemp plant, used to create a variety of fabrics such as burlap or canvas.

I: Interfacing – a fabric used to reinforce or support other fabrics, often made from fusible material such as synthetic fibers or paper.

J: Jersey – a stretchy, knit fabric made from cotton, wool, or synthetic fibers, often used for t-shirts or leggings.

K: Knit – a fabric made by looping yarn together, creating a stretchy and flexible material often used for clothing or blankets.

L: Linen – a natural fiber made from the flax plant, used to create a variety of fabrics such as muslin or canvas.

M: Muslin – a lightweight, plain-weave cotton fabric often used for dressmaking or as a base for other fabrics.

N: Nylon – a synthetic fiber made from a polymer of nylon, used to create a variety of fabrics such as taffeta or lace.

O: Organza – a sheer, stiff fabric made from silk or synthetic fibers, often used for overlays or wedding dresses.

P: Polyester – a synthetic fiber made from a polymer of polyethylene terephthalate, used to create a variety of fabrics such as fleece or taffeta.

Q: Quilting cotton – a medium-weight, plain-weave cotton fabric with a high thread count, often used for quilts or other sewing projects.

R: Rayon – a synthetic fiber made from wood pulp, used to create a variety of fabrics such as challis or crepe.

S: Silk – a natural fiber made from the silkworms of the silk moth, used to create a variety of fabrics such as charmeuse or chiffon.

T: Taffeta – a smooth, crisp fabric made from silk, nylon, or polyester, often used for formal dresses or upholstery.

U: Upholstery fabric – a sturdy fabric used for covering furniture, often made from synthetic fibers or blends.

V: Velvet – a soft, plush fabric made from silk, cotton, or synthetic fibers, often used for clothing or upholstery.

W: Wool – a natural fiber made from the hair of sheep or other animals, used to create a variety of fabrics such as tweed or felt.

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