jacquard 200D waterproof polyester cationic oxford fabric for
Oxford cloth is a very popular shirting fabric, particularly for
more casual or sporty styles of dress shirts. It's a bit thicker
than what we'd consider “fine” dress shirt fabrics, and has a
hearty feel that is both durable and naturally resistant to
wrinkles. Oxford cloths can be found in a variety of qualities.
Characteristics of the Oxford Fabric
1, Oxford fabric is very popular due to its characteristics and
multipurpose use. It is particularly used for making casual or
sporty cotton shirts, pants, and other casual-to-formal garments.
2, Oxford fabrics are often used with an additional coating. One
such coating is polyurethane, which provides water and
wind-resisting properties as well as prevents accumulation of dirt
between fibers, while the other, i.e., polyvinyl chloride coating
provides complete water resistance.
3, This fabric features a basket weave structure made by weaving
multiple yarns together by passing them over one another in
vertical and horizontal directions. Thin yarns are woven over a
thicker filler yarn. While making colored and patterned Oxford
shirts, the threads passing in one direction are dyed, while the
others are left in white. This creates a slightly thicker cloth
with a fine texture and gives the fabric a unique checkerboard
appearance. Though it is a little coarse, it is quite comfortable
to wear. The fabric is mainly used for making cotton dress shirts
for both casual and formal occasions due to its versatility.
Besides that, it also has many other applications.
4, It is a fabric that needs less care than most other fabrics. It
can easily be put for wash and stays in shape better, compared to
most other fabrics. Oxford fabrics are very affordable due to the
yarn used for weaving, and are comfy too.
1, The basket weave structure of the Oxford creates a sturdy and
2, Typical Oxford fabrics have lesser shine and silkiness than
other cotton fabrics, which makes them suitable for producing dress
shirts, button-down shirts, pants, and other formal and casual
3, Oxford fabrics have begun to make their move into home décor
fabrics as well. 4, They are ideal to use for window treatments,
duvet covers, pillow shams, wall hangings, and coverings.
4, They can also be used for making bags, backpacks, suitcases,
tents, tourism equipment, hunting and fishing equipment, tables,
chairs, sleeping bags, and different kinds of cases.
5, They are also used in the construction of screen panels to fit
over a wooden frame.