It is simple ti sew, but be careful not to stretch the fabric when being sewn.
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Historically, clothing is, and has been, made from many materials. These materials range from grasses to furs, to much more elaborate and exotic materials. Some cultures, such as the various people of the Arctic Circle, have made their clothing entirely of prepared and decorated furs and skins. Natural materials for clothing include cotton, leather, wool, fur and fabrics made out of silk or flax. Synthetic materials include polyester, nylon, spandex, acetate and rayon. Cotton, derived from the fiber of a cotton plant, is one of the most common materials for clothing. Each fabric is chosen for its impeccable quality and runway worthy characteristics. Evaluated by its hand, stretch, drape, appearance and opacity, every piece is hand .