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As professional China Chinoiserie Fabric Manufacutrers and wholesale Chinoiserie Fabric factory, Shannon has taken the lead in establishing this online fabric window, using nearly 30 years of production experience to provide consumers with a platform for organized selection, product presentation and fast delivery. As more and more series of fabrics are presented here, Shannon will enable consumers to get access to whatever they want, like basic, high quality or low carbon fabrics. This platform will help each customer to grow up and we also keep growing by making improvements in response to customers’ feedbacks.


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Mulberry silk fabric is a type of silk fabric that is made from the cocoons of silkworms that have been fed exclusively on the leaves of the mulberry tree. The process of producing silk starts with the silkworm (or caterpillar) which spins a cocoon made of silk fibers, the cocoon is harvested and the silk fibers are then unraveled and spun into thread. Mulberry silk is considered one of the highest-quality silks available because of its smoothness, strength, and shine.
Mulberry silk fabric has several characteristics that make it popular among different types of industries, such as:
Softness: Mulberry silk has a soft, smooth, and lustrous hand feel, making it comfortable to wear and touch.
Strength: Mulberry silk is strong, durable, and resistant to tearing, stretching, and shrinking.
Moisture Absorption: Silk fibers can absorb up to 30% of their weight in moisture, keeping the skin dry and preventing the growth of bacteria.
Thermal regulation: Silk can keep the body warm in cold weather and cool in hot weather, making it a versatile choice for all seasons.
Hypoallergenic: Silk is hypoallergenic and ideal for people with sensitive skin.
Mulberry silk is often used in clothing and fashion, such as silk blouses, dresses, and ties, as well as in bedding and home decor, like sheets, pillowcases, and bedspreads. Due to its luxurious and elegant appearance, it is also used in event and wedding decor and in fine art.