Lightweight Denim (Width 135cm-160cm)
Denim is a strong cotton fabric made by using a twill weave, which creates a subtle diagonal ribbing pattern. This diagonal ribbing pattern makes denim fabric different from normal cotton or canvas.
Stretch denim has spandex or another elastic component woven into the fabric so it gets more flexibility.
Crushed denim has been treated to have a wrinkled look.
Indigo denim, which is used for most blue jeans, is achieved by dying the warp threads with indigo dye and white threads are used as the weft.