From the iconic denim that has influenced fashion for decades to the latest fashion trends, here’s everything you need to know about denim.
1 / 13 RTE – How to Make Your Own Durban Jeans Durban denim is one of the oldest denim traditions in the world.
It has been worn by people from the earliest days of the British empire to the present day.
Here’s everything we know about it. 2 / 13 How to Use Your Fabric Durban jeans are made of a variety of fabrics, including cotton, linen, silk, wool, woolen and cotton twill.
These fabrics are then combined with a combination of waxes and waxes to create a durable and stretchy fabric.
3 / 13 Durban Jumpsuit Fabric Durbans are made from wool, linen and cotton woven together with waxes.
4 / 13 Sewing Your Durban To make your jeans, you’ll need two types of twill: a standard twill, which you can choose from; and a ‘gauge twill’, which you need from two manufacturers: a traditional wool twill made from the same cotton that’s used to make jeans; and an ultra-soft twill from nylon thread.
The traditional wool is woven from wool-wool blend; the ‘guiton’ twill is made from nylon or polyester.
5 / 13 Dye Your Durbens To dye your denim, you can use either cotton, cotton twills or other fabrics that are dyed for different purposes.
A typical cotton twilling will dye your fabric in a variety and lengths of colours, with the colours being changed regularly.
Cotton twill fabric can also be dyed with a special dye that’s specially formulated for denim.
6 / 13 Catching a Durban A catch-a-dye is when a manufacturer creates a material that is dyed for a specific purpose, and then creates another material to match it.
Here are some of the things you’ll have to do to make sure you get a good look at the material: Use a dye scanner to scan a sample of fabric and then use it to dye a certain shade of the dye.
This is a good way to get a quick look at what colours and combinations are used.
Select a dye that will dye the fabric for the desired shade.