Saguna XL Satin - 75G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
Introducing our Saguna XL Satin, a stunning blend of luxury and comfort sourced directly from Germany. This exceptional fabric falls within the Silkies category and is defined by its elegant plain pattern. Crafted predominantly from silk, the main fibre of this fabric, which sums up to 55% of its composition is further complemented by 45% Lycell, providing an excellent blend that guarantees durability and longevity.
Boasting of a width of 140 cm and a lightweight attribute with a 75 gsm weight, the Saguna XL Satin seamlessly balances strength with lightness, ensuring that it doesn't compromise on its flexibility and breathability. This fabric is designed to withstand multiple seasons, making it a permanent and valuable addition to any collection.
In terms of coloring, this fabric embodies the purity and sophistication of the white color group. Its finishing method sets it apart, as it is delicately washed by pure water to preserve its natural softness and inimitable sheen unique only to high-quality satin.
The subtlety of its pristine white hue paired with its silky-smooth texture makes the Saguna XL Satin a versatile choice for a range of applications, whether it's for high-end fashion pieces or posh home decor accents. Experience the best of German craftsmanship with this outstanding fabric, perfect for wholesale and fashion industries prioritizing quality materials with an enduring appeal.
We offer dyeing & printing services for small MOQs (20 meter for dying ,and a few meters for printing). Please indicate your interest for this service in your order, and we will follow up with further details on next steps.
Seidentraum specialises in Peace Silk fabrics made in India. Peace Silk means the silkworm can complete its metamorphosis and fly as a beautiful butterfly out of the cocoon. No silkworm dyes during the ususal drying of the cocoons by hot steam or boiling water. The crafting of silk yarns and fabrics take place with the participation of disadvantaged women group in the village of Jharkhand.