Fashion Fabric Sourcing

Elevate Your Designs with Quality Materials

Strategically Located Near Zhongda Fabric Market, one of China’s largest wholesale markets: Our factory ensures easy access to a wide range of fabrics, trimmings, and accessories. Moreover, with a dedicated fabric sourcing team visiting the market weekly, we’ve built strong partnerships with over 30 reliable fabric suppliers.

Furthermore, our expertise in fabric selection caters to the specific needs of your fashion garments, taking into account factors like moisture-wicking properties and thermal retention. Don’t worry if you’re unfamiliar with fabrics; our experienced team is here to guide you towards the most suitable materials for your designs.

More Knowledge About Different Types of Fabrics


Polyester, found both naturally in plant cuticles and synthetically, offers versatility. It’s easy to dye, strong, lightweight, and resistant to shrinking, stretching, mildew, creasing, and sun damage. We frequently utilize it for crafting polo shirts and team sports attire.


A fluffy fiber that grows around cotton plant seeds, is not only soft and durable but also hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites. Additionally, it’s eco-friendly, breathable, and ideal for making T-shirts, underwear, and various garments. It’s commonly used in casual wear production.

Spandex or Lycra

A polyurethane material, offers a snug fit without restricting movement. Ideal for bras, swimsuits, and activewear, it boasts excellent elasticity, resistance to lotions, oils, and perspiration. Furthermore, it’s lightweight, durable, soft, and easy to maintain, providing comfort and flexibility.


A synthetic polymer with a protein-like structure, is both tough and lightweight. Commonly employed as a silk substitute, it exhibits high resilience, ease of care, and resistance to insects, fungi, and mildew.


A closely woven fabric of silk, cotton, or nylon that has a
thick short pile on one side.It was very expensive but with modern manufacturing techniques it has become more
affordable and is now commonly woven from cotton.


A natural textile derived from the fibers of the Chinese silkworm cocoon, stands out as the most hypoallergenic fabric. It is known for its exquisite shine, exceptional softness, high absorbency, breathability, durability, and lightweight nature.