The Crêpe de Chine fabric is woven with a very dense taffeta weave, resulting in a particularly shiny and smooth surface. The weft threads are twisted very strongly and the underside of the fabric is matte but very soft. The fabric is opaque and is ideal, for scrunchies, a wide variety of garments, linings for suits, tuxedos, and jackets and in the manufacturing of bridal fashion and bridal fashion accessories. This fabric is also particularly suitable for all DIY lovers (e. g. silk painting).
Fabric is called Georgette when it is particularly thin but firm and transparent. Georgette is soft and flowing. The name originally comes from the Paris milliner Georgette de la Plante. However, georgette is heavier and less transparent than the related chiffon. Georgette is often used for transparent but solid clothing, for interior decoration and is also often used in eurythmy.