The Most
Popular
Fabrics for
Childrens
Pyjamas
By Johnathan Hegg
Fabrics in Kids PJs
While choosing a pyjama for your
kid, the correct type of fabric plays an
important role.
You have to ...
Different Fabrics
There are a lot of fabrics. The most
common are:
- Cotton - Satin
- Fleece - Linen
- Jersey - Flannel
Cotton
It's cheap, lightweight, breathable,
soft, durable, absolutely natural,
wonderful, amazing, extraordinary,
etc and ...
Fleece
Synthetic fabric, made from
polyester.
It is warm and cosy, does not wrinkle
and dries out fast. Also it absorbs
mo...
Jersey
It is made of wool, cotton and
synthetic fibres.
Easily stretches and returns to the
original form. It is lightweig...
Satin
A luxury fabric, that will make your
daughter feel like a princess.
Recommended for the warmer
seasons.
The fabric i...
Linen
Very sophisticated natural fabric.
Breathable, lightweight and
comfortable.
But it wrinkles easily and requires
wash...
Flannel
Heavier weave of cotton.
It has almost same properties.
However, it is thicker, therefore, more
suitable for the c...
Natural or Man-made
Natural Man-made
Cotton Fleece
Flannel Jersey
Linen Satin
While choosing between natural and
man-made ...
Organic Pyjamas
If you are absolute supporter of
natural, you can choose an 'organic
pyjama':
– Usualy made out of cotton ...
Final choice
However, don't forget, that fabric is
only one of the properties.
Also pay attention to design, colours,
size...
Thanks!
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The Most Popular Fabrics for Childrens Pyjamas

  1. 1. The Most Popular Fabrics for Childrens Pyjamas By Johnathan Hegg
  2. 2. Fabrics in Kids PJs While choosing a pyjama for your kid, the correct type of fabric plays an important role. You have to consider: – thermal comfort; – possible allergies; – absorption of moisture; – ease of washing.
  3. 3. Different Fabrics There are a lot of fabrics. The most common are: - Cotton - Satin - Fleece - Linen - Jersey - Flannel
  4. 4. Cotton It's cheap, lightweight, breathable, soft, durable, absolutely natural, wonderful, amazing, extraordinary, etc and etc. BUT! It wrinkles easily, stretches and wears out.
  5. 5. Fleece Synthetic fabric, made from polyester. It is warm and cosy, does not wrinkle and dries out fast. Also it absorbs moisture very well. Rumors suggest that the fabric can be made entirely out of recycled plastic bottles.
  6. 6. Jersey It is made of wool, cotton and synthetic fibres. Easily stretches and returns to the original form. It is lightweight and warm. But it requires gentle washing and use of warm water and mild detergent.
  7. 7. Satin A luxury fabric, that will make your daughter feel like a princess. Recommended for the warmer seasons. The fabric is made out of mixture of silk, nylon or polyester.
  8. 8. Linen Very sophisticated natural fabric. Breathable, lightweight and comfortable. But it wrinkles easily and requires washing by hand or on gentle cycle.
  9. 9. Flannel Heavier weave of cotton. It has almost same properties. However, it is thicker, therefore, more suitable for the colder seasons and weather.
  10. 10. Natural or Man-made Natural Man-made Cotton Fleece Flannel Jersey Linen Satin While choosing between natural and man-made fabric, parents should think about possible allergic reaction to artificial fabries, discomfort or thermal fluctuations
  11. 11. Organic Pyjamas If you are absolute supporter of natural, you can choose an 'organic pyjama': – Usualy made out of cotton or bamboo – No chemicals are used during cultivation – No chemicals used during fabric processing and dying – No fire resistant chemicals used
  12. 12. Final choice However, don't forget, that fabric is only one of the properties. Also pay attention to design, colours, size and other details. The final choice is always the child's.
  13. 13. Thanks! Prepared by:

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