Orient Uniform is the right name in the world of uniform fabrics with when it comes to search for a well-established brand of repute, as the suiting and shirting manufacturers, particularly in UAE, Gulf and Worldwide. We are known to be school uniform fabric suppliers and Polyester Viscose suiting suppliers in India. We could only make it possible to supply in bulk, because of our division of polyester viscose yarn manufacturers UAE.
We take pride for our exceptionally high quality of piece dyeing. We ensure that our fabrics are on par if not better than fiber dyed suiting in terms of color continuity, shade variation, etc. We specialize in doing VAT dyed suiting which gives better clarity and solidity to the fabric and ensures highest fastness properties. We have been able to carve a niche in this product by serving clients worldwide.
Understanding the need of the day and the growing fashion consciousness across the globe, we have geared ourselves to supply a variety of designs and patterns from fiber dyed division. With exceptionally good mechanical finishing and pressing machines, we ensure the optimum quality and finish.
We provide special finishes to our polyester/viscose suiting to make these useful and durable for school going children. With properties like oil/water/stain repellency and even stain release and anti-bacterial and medical properties, our fabrics are finding appreciation across the United Arab Emirates and abroad.
Our polyester / viscose / Elastane blended fabrics have been greatly appreciated for the stretch and finish. We provide weft stretch in fiber dyed and piece dyed fabrics alike. With latest relaxing machines, we wonderfully play with the required shrinkage and stretch percentage.
We make high quality viscose rayon and modal fabrics in both dyed and printed qualities for the domestic and export market. Widely used fashionable garments across the world, our fabrics are highly sought after considering our superior quality of dyeing. We maintain an edge over competitors due to our brilliant singeing machines to avoid pilling and our relaxing machines for better shrinkage results.
Natural Stretch Fabrics
Blended with elastane, these suiting impart necessary relaxation to travel wear, corporate wear and work wear. These weft stretch suiting can be made in piece dyeing or in designs using fiber dyed qualities.
Polyester / Cotton Fabrics
Our polyester/cotton blend shirting is supplied to the top brands across the country which patronizes for the feel, finish and quality of our fabrics. Though we specialize in piece dyed shirting, we also do a lot of design based work for various brands known for their corporate wear. Variety of counts, weaves and designs can be made at our plants.
Office & Casual Shirting
Our polyester/cotton blend shirting is supplied to the top brands across the country which patronizes for the feel, finish and quality of our fabrics. Though we specialize in piece dyed shirting, we also do a lot of design based work for various brands known for their corporate wear. Variety of counts, weaves and designs can be made at our plants
Picking fabric is the most important step in sewing a garment. The wrong decision can mean a major disappointment — and we've been there. Fortunately, there's normally more than one "right" fabric for any pattern, and with a couple of pointers you can without much of a stretch hit the imprint.
When starting a sewing project, you'll start in one of two spots: either you'll have gone gaga for a pattern and need fabric to make it, or you'll have become hopelessly enamored with a fabric and need to locate a suitable pattern. Either way, you're infatuated. With the goal that's a decent start.
Patterns will tell you which types of fabric they were intended for. Although there are no sewing police to come arrest you on the off chance that you deviate from the suggested fabrics, starting sewists particularly will want to stick to the list. The fabrics listed will have properties (in terms of weight, stretch and wrap) that complement the plan of the pattern.
Cotton voile: A lightweight, semi-sheer fabric with a great wrap.
Cotton yard: Very like cotton voile, but slightly crisper.
Rayon challis: Smooth and lightweight, rayon challis wraps well and is slightly heavier than other lightweight fabrics, similar to cotton voile and cotton grass.
Chambray: Another smooth, lightweight decision. But this one doesn't wrap just as rayon challis, cotton voile or cotton yard.
Denim: As you most likely definitely know, denim is an overwhelming weight fabric with next to no wrap or stretch.
Twofold cloth: This one of a kind fabric is literally two layers of bandage woven together. The twofold layer of fabric takes care of the fundamental issue of sewing clothing from bandage (the transparency), while retaining the great qualities (extremely light and breathable).
Knit: In the knit fabric category, you'll discover a few types shifting from lightweight to medium weight. Knit fabric is your go-to for any garment that needs a great arrangement of stretch. Patterns are intended for either woven fabric or knit fabric, and patterns estimated for knit fabric will often determine the level of stretch required in the fabric.
Silk: Lightweight and delicate, Silk wraps well. It has a slightly shimmery appearance. Silk can be elusive and increasingly difficult to work with. It likewise makes a great coating fabric.
Satin: Satin can fluctuate from lightweight to heavyweight, contingent upon the type. Like silk, it has a reflexive appearance.
Linen: Medium-weight, with little elasticity (henceforth the wrinkles for which linen is renowned!). Linen conducts heat great, which is the reason it's a famous decision for warm-weather anything.
Wool: There are more than 200 different types of wool, originating from 40 different types of sheep, so you'll discover a wide range of variety in this category of fabric. Wool is extremely hard-wearing and versatile. It's likewise toasty warm.
Flannel: Flannel is a soft, lightweight fabric that works well for colder-temperature shirts, pants and jackets.
Have great fabric? Match your fabric to a garment and start pattern shopping!
Pants: Linen (for hotter weather), denim, flannel, and wool
Shirts and pullovers: Cotton voile, rayon challis, twofold dressing, knit, silk, chambray, cotton grass, linen, and flannel (for less drapey shirts and shirts)
Skirts: Cotton grass, rayon challis, denim, knit, and linen
Dresses: Cotton voile, cotton grass, rayon challis, twofold cloth, knit, silk, satin, linen, and wool (for colder weather)