DC & Marvel Fabric

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The Ultimate Guide To Making Children's Pyjamas

Choosing the right sleepwear for your kids is vital for a good night's sleep. Of course, the same thing applies for any sleepwear you are crafting yourself. From choosing the right fabric to selecting the best patterns, there are various things to think about.

Making your children some pyjamas for the first time? Be sure to read through Spotlight's convenient guide.

What Is The Best Fabric For Children's Pyjamas?

There are a number of things to think about when it comes to children's pyjamas. Firstly, there are seasonal changes, which can make certain materials more suitable than others. There are also allergies and other variables to think about, so these are all factors that can influence your decision.

When it comes to the best material for children's sleepwear, cotton is usually the best all round choice. Cotton does not weigh a lot, and it is durable to boot. Cotton fabric is also quite breathable, so your child is unlikely to become uncomfortable in warmer temperatures.

Of course, there are various types of cotton fabrics out there, this ranges from organic cotton to cotton blends with polyester or another manmade material. Obviously, some benefit can be obtained from these blends. So, they are worth looking into as well.

What Is The Recommended Pyjama Fabric For Warmer Temperatures?

When weather gets quite warm, your child can benefit from some lighter pyjamas in the most breathable material. One such a breathable material is linen, which also has a hypoallergenic property.

Linen also has some additional abilities that make it extremely suitable for warmer temperatures. Firstly, the material can deflect heat, enabling the wearer to maintain a comfortable body temperature.

Interestingly, linen also has a natural insect-repelling quality, which is of course brilliant for the height of the summer months. The barriers of protection that are naturally included in the material also make linen the recommended choice for other types of children's clothing.

What Is The Easiest Fabric To Maintain For Children's Pyjamas?

Fabric maintenance can be a primary concern for many parents, especially when it comes to pyjamas for younger children who tend to need a lot of changing.

Cotton tends to be a good material for easy maintenance, but so is fleece. However, we do not recommend fleece for children that are too young, as this could be a little too warm. However, they can be an excellent choice for toddlers in colder temperatures.

Another great fabric for warmth is flannel, which has a heavier weave and therefore an outstanding choice for footie pyjamas. Flannel also gets softer over time, which is perfect for children with a sensitive skin.

What Is The Most Cost-Effective Fabric For Children's Pyjamas?

When you are looking for the most affordable fabrics, you should always look at polyester. Since polyester is a manmade material, it is much cheaper than most natural materials.

Pure polyester has some benefits, more specifically the fact that it is wrinkle-free and that it easily retains its shape. On the flipside, it is not as breathable as natural materials, so Spotlight usually recommends a polyester and cotton blend for maximum benefit.

What Are Popular Fabrics For Baby Garments?

When you make clothing for a baby, it is vital to stick to fabrics that are suitable for babies. Popular materials include lawn cotton, broadcloth, linen, eyelet cotton and more. These are just a few of the options you have for children's pyjamas.

Which Fabrics Should I Avoid For Children's Sleepwear?

Fabrics that are suitable for children's sleepwear must meet the Australian standards. Some fabrics are completely unsuitable and will be marked with a label to indicate this in most cases. However, since not all are clearly marked, doing your research is always recommended before using any type of fabric.

Before you make your children sleepwear, make sure you pre-wash the fabric before you start sewing with it. Some fabrics are not washed when they come from the manufacturer and this means that the fabric can shrink upon its first wash. Naturally, this is something you want to avoid once the pyjamas are finished and washed in the washing machine.

Stunning Fabrics Available At Spotlight

Spotlight has an extensive range of fabrics that are suitable for children's pyjamas. Dressmakers can choose from the range of DC and Marvel fabric, but also more plain options to create their pattern with the greatest of ease.

Check out the range of pyjama fabrics today and uncover some amazing deals on fabrics throughout the Spotlight catalogue.



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