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Cheesecloth is a gauze-like fabric. It has been around for a long time and has essentially been employed for conventional purposes like cheese making, arts and crafts, cleaning, cooking, and filtering. However, we, at Hometex, are constantly exploring the true potential of fabrics and how to employ them in the right way for the betterment of life. We took a break from the regular practices like cheese making or filtering and thought over using Cheesecloth as a clothing fabric for the garment manufacturers and the apparel industry!
Cheesecloth fabric has an ideal pore size which offers adequate aeration and a feeling of relaxation. It is slowly creeping into the good books of top designers as the fabric has a great linen texture to it giving it a natural flow.
Apart from the quality of the fabric, it is preferred because of its eco-friendly nature. Not only is it a cost-effective fabric but is also biodegradable thereby contributing to the environment. For these reasons, cheesecloth is now one among the top fabrics out there used to manufacture high-quality clothing right from shirts to kaftans and fabricated dresses. It is a user-friendly and easy to maintain fabric.
However, this isn’t the first instance of cheesecloth clothing. In the early seventies, people were seen wearing cheesecloth shirts and pulling them off. The tradition was overlooked by the following generations until a few designers of our era brought it back to the garment manufacturing industry is concerned. They modified the cheesecloth fabric in such a way that it went from being a household tool to being on the ramp resting pretty on the shoulders of supermodels and celebrities.