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Satin fabric became popular in China during the middle ages and was named after the port where it originated, Zaitum. Once reserved for the rich, it is now widely available and used for a variety of products.
The term ‘satin’ refers to a specific weave of fabric rather than the actual fabric material itself. It is one of the 3 fundamental fabric weaves which also includes plain weave and twill weave. Satin is characterized by a smooth, glossy surface on one side, with a duller surface on the other side although double-sided satin is glossy on both sides. Satin weaves are known for their soft and luxurious feel as well as these characteristics:
- Beautiful drape: makes it ideal for dresses, decorations and curtains.
- Glossy: satin weaves typically have a shiny right side and a matte underside.
- Durability: long filament fibers create a weave which is stronger than plain weave fabrics.
- Wrinkle Resistant: satin doesn’t wrinkle as easily as other fabric weaves.
Historically, satin was produced using silk. Today, satin is produced by weaving filament fibers (long continuous lengths) of polyester, nylon or silk - or a blend of these fibers together. Our satin products are made using polyester. Polyester is a synthetic fiber which is woven to make fabric using the satin weave technique. The result is satin polyester. Many people today don’t realize that satin isn’t a fabric at all, but a specific weave type. The satin weaving technique varies and there are many variations which are used for different applications such as:
Wunderlabel offers a comprehensive range of printed satin products such as clothing labels, laundry labels, size labels, wristbands and ribbon. These products are available in varying sizes, design options and print methods. Satin labels made from 100% recycled polyester are also available for some of our products. All of our satin products are heat cut and will not fray.
Satin labels are a customer favorite due to their silky soft feel and durability. They are used worldwide to label apparel of all types and are considered an industry standard. Satin labels are well known as laundry and material content labels, undergarment labels and as size labels.
Printed satin products are produced using the following satin material:
Double-sided satin weave, white polyester satin with selvedge. It has a weight of approximately 218 g/m2 and a thickness of ≈ 0.21 mm. Heat cut and will not fray.
Double-sided satin weave, white polyester satin with a finished edge. It has a weight of approximately 117 g/m2 and a thickness of ≈ 0.12 mm. Heat cut and will not fray.