Different Types of Organza

Different Types of Organza

Different Types of Organza

Previously we told you about Organza its care and uses now let us introduce you to the different types of Organza. Organza is perfect for luxurious party dresses. Often it is used to make tablecloths, light curtains, and formal dresses. Traditionally this fabric was made of silk and was very expensive. Today, many modern organza’s are woven with synthetic filament fibers such as polyester or nylon. This new synthetic fabric is more common and much less expensive. This fabric is incredibly soft and flowing, unlike other sheer fabrics like tulle, it has less stiffness. Multiple organza layers in a garment will permit a gentle sway.

Different Types of Organza

 

different types of organza

Different Types of Organza: Crystal

Sheer and lightweight, this type of organza is the most common. It is made from either silk, polyester or nylon. Used for all types of specialty apparel including bridal.

Types of Organza: Mirror

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Suitable for a variety of uses including garments and decorative purposes. Most colors are match-able with polyester poplin, taffeta, and satin fabrics. A very light weight fabric that is durable, comfortable and has a unique texture that adds a hint of shine.

  Types of Organza: Sparkled

Different types of organnza

 Brings shimmer to any garment. Also consider this for decorative purposes, such as table toppers, centerpieces, pew swags, and window scarves for parties. Sparkled Organza is wonderful to use for little girls dresses.

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Types of Organza: Silk

Silk organza is woven by a number of mills along the Yangtze River and in the province of Zhejiang in China. It is the most expensive Organza and the most prized. This type of Organza must be dry cleaned. Organza is now being made from polyester and nylon to help ease cost. 

 

Types of Organza: Embroidered

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Embroidered Organza is Mirror or Crystal Organza that features embroidery on the material. The embroidery may include many different types of patterns and sequins and rhinestones may also be added when Organza is embroidered.

Different Types of Organza-Uses

Organza is incredibly soft and flowing. Unlike other sheer fabrics like tulle, it has little stiffness. While it will not add a lot of volume to a girl’s dress, multiple organza layers will gently sway with the dress. It is also used as an underlying to protect the delicate fabrics that are used in bridal dresses as well as commonly used for constructing in little girl’s dresses. The fabric can also be used for party decor, curtains, tablecloths, bags as well as many other applications. There are many different types of organza any many uses for this fabric.

Caring for Organza 

Easy to care for fabric that most often can simply be thrown in the washing machine and hung to dry. Use the washing machine’s cool or warm setting and take care not to include anything else that could catch onto the fabric. When ironing make sure to keep the iron at a low heat to avoid burning. Some Organza fabric will however need dry cleaning. We hope that you have enjoyed learning about the Different Types of Organza.

 

Different Types of Organza

Organza the Occasion Fabric

Organza the Occasion Fabric

The Occasion fabric Organza is perfect for luxurious party dresses. Often it is used to make tablecloths, light curtains, and formal dresses. Traditionally this fabric was made of silk and was very expensive. Today, many modern organza’s are woven with synthetic filament fibers such as polyester or nylon. This new synthetic fabric is more common and much less expensive. This fabric is incredibly soft and flowing, unlike other sheer fabrics like tulle, it has less stiffness. Multiple organza layers in a garment will permit a gentle  sway.

Organza Types 

  • Crystalorganza
  • Mirror

Crystal and Mirror Organza can be embellished into many different patterns and prints.

  • Sparkled
  • Ruffled
  • Embroidered

Caring for Organza 

Easy to care for fabric that most often can simply be thrown in the washing machine and hung to dry. Use the washing machine’s cool or warm setting and take care not to include anything else that could catch onto the fabric. When ironing make sure to keep the iron at a low heat to avoid burning. Some Organza fabric will need dry cleaning.

Uses

Used as an underlying to protect the delicate fabrics that are used in bridal dresses as well as commonly used for constructing little girl’s dresses. The fabric can also be used for party decor, curtains, tablecloths, bags as well as many other applications.

Properties

The silk fiber is chiefly composed of 80% of fibrin, which is protein in nature and 20% of servicing, which is otherwise called as silk gum. Organza is produced in India and the United States as well as other countries.  Often it is made from a mixture of nylon and polyester. Organza can be made very soft or a bit firmer. Organza is one of the materials that can be dyed often very quickly. This characteristic allows it to be used most often in prom and evening dresses to create an airy look.


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Quality

The quality depends on the type of silk and how the silk fibers are woven together. The detail and fringe quality of the fabric make it more expensive than most fabrics. Although the highest quality is from France or Italy, fabric produced in India and the United States often uses a mixture of nylon and polyester to create usable organza that is both cost effective and smooth to the touch.


Organza Fabric in clothing

When it comes to attire, organza fabric is a staple of formal dresses as a way to create full skirts and a graceful fall. One of its main uses is in the construction of wedding dresses which help to make the big day all that more special. Between wedding attire and evening fashions, organza fabric has a secure future in the world of fashion. Now that you have read about Organza, to learn about cotton read All about Cotton-Care and use of a versatile fabric.

 

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