Active Cotton Spandex Fabric Wickable Fabric
The Active Cotton Spandex Fabric Wickable Fabric by Kinisi is exclusive to Bra-Makers Supply! This new Cotton Spandex Fabric works like MAGIC to actually pull moisture from your body and move it to the outside. You WILL stay dry – this is NOT a just a dispersing fabric but a truly moisture-moving fabric.
Our photos illustrate water that was applied to the knit side of the fabric (the right side, the outside or the public side). The water spots are clearly visible. The photo below shows the same area, flipped over to the purl side (the wrong side or the inside). As you can see, the water did NOT move to the inside! Likewise if you are sweating or wet, the moisture will move from your body to the outside where it will evaporate. This amazing fabric truly needs to be seen to believe! Think of the applications for this kind of fabric!
(Please note that the pricing for the Active Cotton has increased due to supplier costs)
Active Cotton by Kinisi has been tested and proven as an ideal lining inside sport bras (the Kerri for example) or to line everyday bras such as the Classic or Linda. Customers use this fabric as the main fabric in leggings, t-shirts, work-out wear, bralettes, panties, long underwear, pajamas, or as diaper liners next to the baby’s skin. Customers making men’s underwear with our Men’s Underwear Pattern, love this amazing fabric. Hot and sticky climate? – fret no more about sweat! Available in 8 Beautiful colours.
Active Cotton by Kinisi is a 58-60″ (147-150 cm) wide, medium weight knit, made from 95% cotton and 5% Spandex. The Wickable Fabric stretches in both the lengthwise and crosswise direction. YES, it is washable by machine, but we recommend to air dry (it doesn’t take long!)
Sold by: the meter (1.18 yards/40″), part metre
Width: 58-60″ (147-150 cm)
Stretch: lengthwise and crosswise
Content: 95% cotton/5% spandex
Uses: leggings, t-shirts, work-out wear, bralettes, panties, long underwear, pajamas, diaper liners, men’s underwear
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