By Zaf Udin 06/08/2011 Google+
Angora - A yarn that is spun from the long and silky hair of the Angora rabbit.
Boucle - A novelty yarn with a spaced, knotted effect that creates a loopy textured surface.
Calfskin-Leather - Fine, strong leather most commonly used in shoes and accessories.
Cashmere - Extremely high-quality, fine wool made from the soft undercoat of the cashmere goat. Cashmere yarns create a fabric that is extremely soft, lightweight and luxurious to the touch. Because of its lightweight qualities, cashmere is a fabric that can be worn all year round.
Cotton - Soft, comfortable, breathable fabrics that are used for a variety of items at Pulse Uniform. Cotton provides season-less versatility and easy care.
Cotton-Poplin – A tightly woven high-quality fabric in a plain, flat weave. Pulse Uniform most frequently uses cotton poplin in its collection of scrubs, lab coats, jackets and pants.
Cotton-Stretch Twill – Cotton blended with spandex that is woven in a subtle diagonal texture. The spandex adds comfort, stretch and a refined finish to casual bottoms. Stretch twill is available in a variety of finishes; a brushed finish in the Fall and during transitional times of the year gives the fabric a soft, sueded surface, while unbrushed twill for Spring and Summer is soft to the touch but tailors crisply.
Cotton-Sateen – A special weave which provides a sheen and luster to cotton. A beautifully refined finish to casual bottoms.
Denim – A strong, durable cotton twill fabric, most frequently seen in shades of blue. The Ann Taylor basic denim is a high-quality fabric with an even, natural weave and a clean twill line.
Denim-Stretch Twill – Cotton blended with spandex to give denim added comfort and stretch.
Flannel – A soft twill weave, usually wool or wool blend fabric, with a brushed or slightly napped surface.
Linen – Very strong, high luster yarn made from flax that is extremely cool and breathable.
Nylon – Strong, elastic and quick-drying. Great blended with natural fibers for durability and stretch.
Polyester – A quick-drying fiber that's crease resistant and has excellent shape retention. Holds color brilliantly.
Silk – A lustrous and fine fiber that can be woven or knitted into a variety of high-quality seasonless fabrics. Silk is a naturally strong fiber that produces long-lasting, versatile clothing and accessories.