A “slub” is a section in a piece of yarn that is thicker than the rest of the yarn. Originally, slubs were mistakes. More often than not, slubs were either unwoven from the yarn or the piece of yarn was thrown away all together. However, someone took notice of the unique look that slubs created in the yarn and decided to replicate them by intentionally weaving slubs into the fabric. The resulting fabric had small rises that created different textures, which in turn gave a vintage, one-of-a-kind feel. Fabrics that consist of slubs were eventually deemed “slub fabric.”
Single Jersey Slub – Latigo Bay
Composition : 100% organic cotton
Width : 167 cm
Weight : 160 gr/m
Colors : Latigo Bay
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