Billoomi Fashion

Private Label Clothing Manufacturer and Exporter

"Manufacturing cost remains same. It's the fabric which makes your garment expensive!"

It is almost impossible to make any directory of all the fabric available in this world. But we have taken an attempt to simplify your fabric search or at least give an idea about the most commonly used fabric. Our team work hard to ensure you find it easy and convenient. We're not a fabric seller or we do not represent the mill. But we work closely with fabric suppliers and the kind of fabric we have mentioned here is not the end of our scope of fabric sourcing acumen. Please take this just as a tip of iceberg and always keep the following points in mind before exploring this page further:

  • Below are just few commonly used fabric names and image given with each name is just to represent the fabric name. 
  • For each fabric, several finish, texture, color, feel may be available.
  • Many of the fabrics are dyeable in quality. Hence do not worry if you find non-availability of fabric in your desired color.
  • Same fabrics are known by other name or with some pre-fix or suffix. Hence always match the fabric swatch before making any decision. 
  • Below names are not the end of our scope of fabric sourcing. In fact it may go beyond one's imagination when it comes to print, color etc.

Natural fibres divide into animal and plant fibres. Animal fibres are those that are composed of amino acids called proteins, plant fibres are those made mainly of cellulose. Examples of animal fibres are alpaca, angora, cashmere, mohair, silk, and wool. Plant fibres can be things like in abaca, cotton, flax, hemp, jute. Natural fibres themselves also differ from man-made artificial and synthetic fibres. These fibres consist of rayon, nylon, acrylic, and polyester. Each of these are unable to decompose.

Cotton Poplin Fabric

Poplin, also called tabinet (or tabbinet and Broadcloth), is a strong fabric in a plain weave of any fiber or blend, with crosswise ribs that typically give a corded surface. It comes in several composition with starting from 100% cotton to a mix of polyester content too. This fabric is mainly used for the making of dresses, shirt, tunic, top and also used in home furnishing.

It is a cotton family fabric and comes in dyeable quality. It means if you have your Pantone Color Code, we can get it dyed in desired color.

Cotton Linen Fabric

Linen fabric feels cool to touch, a phenomenon which indicates its higher conductivity (the same principle that makes metals feel "cold"). It is smooth, making the finished fabric lint-free, and gets softer the more it is washed. However, constant creasing in the same place in sharp folds will tend to break the linen threads. This wear can show up in collars, hems, and any area that is iron creased during laundering. Linen has poor elasticity and does not spring back readily, explaining why it wrinkles so easily.

Cotton Voile Fabric

Voile is a soft, sheer fabric, usually made of 100% cotton or cotton blended with linen

Light penetrable sheer fabrics include voile, muslin, and lace. These can be broadly divided into two groups based on method of production. The first are the natural fibers such as cotton and silk. The second group is prepared from a man-made fiber. This kind of synthetic sheer is extracted from raw material such as wood pulp or petroleum. They are robust and sturdy yet still delicate looking and tend to take dye well. They are often used as window dressing as they fall into soft folds that are appropriate for scarf or lining of a dress


Denim is a strong, durable fabric constructed in a twill weave with indigo and white yarns. The blue/indigo yarns are the lengthwise or “warp” threads (parallel to the selvage). The white yarns run across the fabric width (the weft threads). Denim is traditionally woven with 100% cotton yarn. But, today it’s blended with polyester and to control shrinkage and wrinkles, and Lycra to add stretch. Today, denim has many faces. It can be printed, striped, brushed, napped and stonewashed, and many many more..

Oxford Fabric

It is a classic heavier weight fabric comes in cotton family only. This is generally much thicker than the average shirt fabric. Make for really great casual shirts. They are very durable and can be washed/dried with your socks and t-shirts and worn a bit wrinkly. A good one will be quite soft to the touch and get better with age. 

This fabric is mostly used for making of premium quality of mens shirts.

Silk Fabric

Known as "queen of fabrics", Silk is a natural fibre made by the silk worm larvae. Because of its texture and lustre, silk rapidly became a popular luxury fabric.

Associated with ceremonial rites of ancient India, silk has been a highly revered fabric. From times immemorial, silk has been a much sought after fabric by not only the common man but also kings and queens. Indian Silk fabrics are world famous for their exquisite colors and bold patterns. Silk fabrics in India range from raw silk or dupion or dupioni that is most widely known pure silk.

Chiffon Fabric

Chiffon is a lightweight plain-woven fabric with mesh like weave that gives it transparent appearance. The word Chiffon has a French origin which means a cloth. It is primarily made from cotton, silk or synthetic fibers like nylon, rayon and polyester. Chiffon is most commonly used to manufacture women's dresses and kids dresses. 

It comes in three variants - Polyester, Viscose and Silk. It can be dyed in viscose and silk only and can be printed  in all three variants.

Georgette Fabric

Georgette is a sheer, lightweight, dull-finished crêpe fabric named after the early 20th century French dressmaker Georgette de la Plante. Originally made from silk, Georgette is made with highly twisted yarns.

Georgette fabric is very similar to chiffon in both drape and feel, but tends to be slightly heavier.

Crepe Fabric

It is a silk, wool, or synthetic fiber fabric with a distinctively crisp, crimped appearance. The term crape typically refers to a form of the fabric associated specifically with mourning. Crêpe is also historically called crespe or crisp.

Crepe fabric that uses polyester fibres is one of the most extensively used fabrics in the garment industry, as the resultant garments are wrinkle free and comfortable. The varieties of crepe includes - poly crepe, cotton crepe and rayon crepe.

Dobby Fabric

Dobby cloth is a type of woven fabric known for having small geometric patterns. It is also known for being very textured compared with some weaves. It is made on a special machine known as a dobby loom. These looms have been around a long time, first appearing in 1843.

This fabric is coming in both cotton and polyester blend of mix. It can be dyed and most used for women and kids clothings.

Seersucker Fabric

Seersucker is a thin, puckered, all-cotton fabric, commonly striped or chequered, used to make clothing for spring and summer wear. The word came into English from Persian, and originates from the words sheer and shakar, literally meaning "milk and sugar", probably from the resemblance of its smooth and rough stripes.

It is woven in such a way that bunched threads cause the fabric to rise off of the skin. This ‘wrinkled’ look actually promotes breathability and it requires no special ironing making it a casual wear.

Gauze Cotton Fabric

Gauze is a thin, translucent fabric with a loose open weave. In technical terms "gauze" is a weave structure in which the weft yarns are arranged in pairs and are crossed before and after each warp yarn keeping the weft firmly in place.

Cotton gauze by the yard is popular for garments such as loose peasant tops and full skirts and dresses. This fabric has also become popular with designers and new moms who carry their babies in slings across their bodies.

Corduroy Fabric

Corduroy is a textile with a distinct pattern, a "cord" or wale. Modern corduroy is most commonly composed of tufted cords, sometimes exhibiting a channel between the tufts. Corduroy is, in essence, a ridged form of velvet. Both velvet and corduroy derive from fustian fabric. Corduroy is a durable 'ridged' fabric, and comes in various weights: Jumbo Cord, Needlecord, Babycord - perfect for trousers, jackets, even dresses.

Velvet Fabric

Velvet is a type of woven tufted fabric in which the cut threads are evenly distributed, with a short dense pile, giving it a distinctive soft feel. By extension, the word velvety means "smooth like velvet."Velvet can be made from either synthetic or natural fibers.

Velvet used to be considered a special-occasion fabric, but it can work equally well as a luxe option for daytime wear.

Satin Fabric

The term satin now refers to any fabric that is manufactured with a satin weave and is a mixture of silk threads with a synthetic filament, such as rayon or polyester. Silk mixed with short-staple cotton threads is referred to as sateen. Satin fabric is easily recognized by its even, glossy surface and flowing drape.

Chambray Fabric - Single Color

Chambray Fabric refers to a lightweight plain woven fabric consisting of white yarns filling out the weft and colored yarns lining the warp. It was initially a fabric made of linen, but has since been applied to cotton. It is typically used to provide a denim-like appearance in the form of button-up shirts and dresses, but could also be used for shorts, skirts or even sneakers.

Chambray comes in several color, weave and feel. 

Chambray Fabric - Printed

Quite often Chambray Fabric and Denim Fabric are often confused for one another, but they’re not exactly the same fabrics. The difference clearly comes out when we have printed Chambray in hand. 

Printed Chambray is widely used for shirts and dresses. 

Cotton Canvas Fabric

Cotton Canvas fabric is widely associated with art however as a durable plan woven fabric it is suitable for a wide range of commercial and craft applications that require a sturdy fabric. Created from cotton, flax, hair, linen and with a water and rot resistant variation, our range of canvas fabrics provide a wealth of weight, colour and texture for your use. This comes with several surface texture, thickness and feel.

Twill Fabric

Twill is a beautiful fabric. It is detailed and elaborate and comes in a variety of patterns and styles. Depending on the color of the threads used and the weave variation, it can produce a diagonal or herringbone texture. Twill fabrics are often more substantial (thicker) and less transparent than a broadcloth of similar quality.

It can be dyed in desired color and it comes with three major composition such as Twill Lycra, Cotton Twill and Twill Polyester. 

Cotton Lurex Fabric

Lurex is the registered brand name of The Lurex Company, Ltd. for a type of yarn with a metallic appearance. The yarn is made from synthetic film, onto which a metallic aluminium, silver, or gold layer has been vaporised. "Lurex" may also refer to cloth created with the yarn.

It can be dyed and this is mostly used for women and kids clothing.

Terry Cloth Fabric

Terrycloth, terry cloth, terry cotton, terry towelling, terry, or simply towelling is a fabric with loops that can absorb large amounts of water. It can be manufactured by weaving or knitting. Towelling is woven on special looms that have two beams of longitudinal warp through which the filler or weft is fired laterally.

Neoprene Fabric


Polyester Fabric


Nylon Fabric


Calico Fabric


Muslin Fabric


Gingham Fabric

It is a type of check pattern. Not a fabric. But we have find quite often people use the name "Gingham" as the fabric itself, hence just for easy understanding, we have included this in our list here.

Stripes Fabric


Organza Fabric


Herringbone Fabric


Flannel Fabric


End-on-End or Fill-A-Fill Fabric


Royal Oxford Fabric


Pima Cotton / Supima Cotton


Printed Fabrics

When it comes to printed fabric, it can either be sourced from ready available stock or you can give your custom artwork to print us. There are limitation of custom printed fabric such as - minimum, printing method and lead time.

■ Abstract Print, ■ Animal Print, ■Argyle Print, ■ Camouflage Print, ■ Checkered Print, ■ Chevron Print, ■ Circle Print, ■ Classic Print, ■ Conversational Print, ■ Damask Print, ■ Diamond Print, ■ Floral Print, ■ Food Print, ■ Geometric Print ■ Halloween Print, ■ Heart Print, ■ Herringbone Print, ■ Ikat Print, ■ Iridescent Print, ■ Juvenile / Kid Print, ■ Lattice Print and many many more... 

Reyon Fabric


Modal Fabric


Spandex Fabric

The name "Spandex" and "Lycra" are often used interchangeably to refer to an elasticity of a fabric. The word “spandex” was created by rearranging the word “expands,” which makes a lot of sense as it is known for its impeccable stretch. Spandex is often blended with other fibers for enhanced flexibility, making it perfect for athletic wear, leggings, or even costuming purposes. 

Jacquard Fabric

Jacquard Fabric is a highly textured fabric with patterns that are woven, rather than printed into the fabric. Jacquard Fabrics have a raised pattern design that may include florals, paisleys, damask or animal patterns. Jacquard's drape varies depending on the thickness and content of the fibers used in the weave.



Jersey & Knitted Fabrics (Non-Woven)

Single Jersey - Single / Solid Color


Single Jersey - Printed


Double Jersey


Cotton Jersey


Cotton Jersey Lycra


Viscose Jersey


Viscose Jersey Lycra


Modal Jersey


Rayon Jersey


Interlock Fabric


Pique Fabric - Single / Solid Color


Pique Fabric - Striped 


Fleece Fabric


French Terry 

French terry is known for its luxurious texture. With the addition of stretch, it creates infinite uses in apparel wear. French terry is similar to terry cloth (the fabric of towels and bathrobes) with the exception of being looped only on the back side of the fabric.

Melange Fabric


Burnout Fabric


Lacoste fabrics


Rib Fabric


Slub Fabric


Baby Terry / Micro Fabrics


Designer Terry Fabric


Bamboo Knit Fabric

Bamboo Knit Fabric is naturally bacteria and odor resistant, and is the practical, yet eco-friendly choice. True to a natural fiber, bamboo knits are already absorbent and breathable, but the addition of elastane ensures a comfort that is unmatched. The strength of bamboo adds to the durability of the fabric and is found to work well for those who are allergic to other natural fibers.

Organic Cotton Fabric

The word "organic" is a powerful marketing tool. In clothing—just as in food—brands love to tout their use of organic agricultural products to show they're doing their part to fight the industry's outsized environmental footprint.

Organic Cotton is grown without the use of Pesticides, Fungicides, Herbicides, Swage Sludge, Irradiation or Genetic Engineering. It is certified by an accredited independent organization.

Cupro Jersey Fabric

Cuprammonium, gives the name to the fibre Cupro , it is used in making of process the wood pulp which is the base material. With the process, the wood pulp is dissolved in an ammoniac copper oxide solution.

Cupro fabric breathes like cotton, drapes beautifully, and feels like silk on your skin. Its slinky, curve-hugging drape makes it great for elegant dresses and blouses.

Special Occasion Fabrics

Sequins Fabric

All Over Sequins Fabrics are used for dance wear, custom, special occasion dresses. In earlier centuries, they were made from shiny metals. Today, sequins are most often made from plastic. They are available in a wide variety of colors and geometrical shapes.

Brocade Fabric

Brocade is a class of richly decorative shuttle-woven fabrics, often made in colored silks and with or without gold and silver threads. The name, related to the same root as the word "broccoli", comes from Italian broccato meaning "embossed cloth", originally past participle of the verb broccare "to stud, set with nails", from brocco, "small nail", from Latin broccus, "projecting, pointed".

Beaded Fabrics

Bead embroidery is a type of beadwork that uses a needle and thread to stitch beads to a surface of fabric, suede, or leather. Bead embroidery is an embellishment that does not form an essential part of a textile's structure.

If we have good quantity, we can go for customized beaded work at Billoomi. For small batch, we can offer a variety of ready available fabric options.

Pleated Fabrics


Tutu Fabric


Tulle Fabric


Mesh Fabric


Crochet Fabric


Fur Fabric


Quilted Fabric

Quilted fabrics come in many shapes and colors. Quilted material is an exciting and versatile addition to couture projects, bringing an unexpected textural accent to any application. Pre-quilted fabrics allow you to add quilted accents to any garment. A variety of quilted fabrics that are perfect for riding vests, quilted jackets, capes, puffy trousers, sweatshirts, and costume making. Quilt fabrics usually don’t require a lining, unless of course it’s for design purposes or personal preferences.

Lace Fabric

Lace Fabric is fine, delicate and woven from a variety of fibers. Lace refers to an open fabric that is created by looping, twisting or knitting threads in a specific pattern. Generally used in the decoration and trimming of garments, lace fabrics are also available by the yard with two finished edges. Traditionally made by hand, lace fabrics can now be machine produced. There are also many different types of laces available including, guipure, needle, bobbin, raschel, cutwork, crocheted, knitting, and tatting.