Organza fabric – composition, types, characteristics

Organza fabric

Organza is an elegant airy material that can be matte or glossy, shine with iridescent colors and change in shades, be decorated with interesting perforations or exquisite embroidery. No matter in which form the fabric is presented, it always carries a sense of celebration and magic. But not only the appearance of organza is so highly valued, the composition of this fabric is also its advantage - it is 100% polyester, silk or viscose.

Nowadays, innovative technologies are used for the production of this material, which makes it possible to carry out faceting of transparent threads.

Thus, organza has become even more attractive, sparkled with new colors and quickly won the love of fashion designers around the world. It has also become easier to buy organza fabric and you can do it in the Wedding World online store.

Organza is often compared with many other materials, more often with veil. It is almost impossible to answer the question - which fabric is better to choose, because each of them has its own unique positive properties and qualities. If we talk about organza, then its features are rigidity and shape stability. That is why practical and wear-resistant things are obtained from it, which also look impressive.

Organza fabric is widely used in the clothing industry because its composition on the modern market is presented in three versions  (polyester, viscose, silk).

Types of organza

There are many varieties of organza, but among the most popular are the following:

  • - rainbow – a smooth transition of several shades;

  • - chameleon - the color changes under different lighting;

  • - crash - looks like broken glass;

  • - jacquard - ornaments created with a special twisting technique;

  • - pleated - with numerous creases and folds, which are formed by using the technology of pressing and twisting;

  • - dusting - has a golden or silver tint.

In order to receive an airy and thin material, the threads are lent to a special twisting technique. The fibers are selected so thin that they look completely transparent. If polyester threads are used in production, they are additionally facing to give them shine and glitter. So, organza by the type of weaving of fibers is:

1.   Matte organza.

2.   Shiny organza.

Regardless of the variety, the material can be plain or patterned.

Characteristics of organza fabric

  • - light-proof;

  • - form stability;

  • - ease of care;

  • - organza is dense in structure;

  • - resistance to deformation;

  • - high degree of strength;

  • - durability;

  • - resistance to organic substances.

Organza fabric is widely used in the clothing industry, as its composition on the modern market is presented in three versions (polyester, viscose, silk).

The ways to create a pattern on organza:

  1. A pattern is made on organza by using the embroidery method, when the pattern is formed by overlaying colored stitches from soft threads.