The intention of this guide is to shed some light on the different types of fabrics.


Fabric is a key ingredient in determining the costs, printing technique and durability of the shirt after several washes. the commonly used kinds for t-shirts manufacturing are:

  • Polyester
  • 100% Cotton
  • Polyester/ Cotton blend


  • Durable and  resistant to many chemicals
  • Resistant to shrinking and stretching. It is also resistant to wrinkling and abrasions
  • The fibres used to create Polyester are very strong yet lightweight
  • The fibres are easily dyed
  • It retains its shape very well
  • It is a quick drying fabric, so a popular choice for outdoors clothing


  • Comfortable Soft hand.
  • Good absorbency.
  • Color retention.
  • Prints well.
  • Machine-washable.
  • Dry-cleanable.
  • Good strength.
  • Drapes well.

Microfiber / Quick dry

  • Dries quickly and can be washable.
  • Shiny surface.
  • Non-sweat absorbent.
  • Sticky & warm feeling.


  • can be stretched over 500% without breaking.
  • able to be stretched repetitively and still recover original length.
  • lightweight.
  • abrasion resistant.
  • poor strength, but stronger and more durable than rubber. soft, smooth, and supple. resistant to body oils, perspiration, lotions, and detergents.

Cotton / Polyester Blends

  • Strong and long lasting.
  • Wrinkle free.
  • Total absorbency.
  • Breathable.
  • Machine-washable.
  • Good strength.

Hi-Cool Performance Fabric

  • Helps to block the majority of UV rays.
  • Provides a UPF of 50.
  • Keeps fabric soft and breathable.
  • Durable effect.

Fabrics Type

Apparel fabrics are easy to sew and fit, require less pressing and care, and are comfortable to wear. We can produced fabric type as customer request with MOQ apply.

Common Fabrics

Knitted on Demand