"Bridal Fabrics, Embroidered lace, Silk, Tulle, Lining"
One very interesting group of bridal fabrics perfect enough to create a wedding gown, such as, embroided lace, silk, tulle and lining.
The notion of creating a custom-made wedding gown is synonymous with the art imaginations of a dressmaker. With all skilled craft, it need a monumental demands of human integrity and patience in order to finish the creation.
For furthermore understanding, we'll show and demo the step by step process soon. Keep learning,and move to the next tutrials.
silk charmeuse and chiffon fabrics and sample swatches
Tulle fabric has a great significant role to dressmaking in creating wedding gown, wedding veils, and costumes too.
According to history, the city of Tulle in France, is the place where tulle fabric first made around 1700's. The wedding gown of Queen Victoria feature tulle for the first time, linking the fabric to bridal fashion.
Types of tulle can be slik, nylon, rayon or cotton. It comes in all major rainbow coloures to suit your craft project, and in dressmaking needs.
Tulle is used most often to create wedding veils, pew bows, ballerina tulus, crinolines and wedding favors.
Nowadays, cleaning method of tulle fabric can be hand wash or machine wash. But machine wash heat may damage the fabric, so we recommend hang air dry instead.
Wedding gown lining- comes in many choices, such as silk, rayon, nylon, acetate and more.
At the end of these page, you'll experience to see or create a wedding gown from our given example of bridal fabrics, such asembroidered lace, silk, tulle, and lining.
sample swatches and pics