Collection: Jersey Prints

Jersey fabric is a knit material with a long history. It is a popular choice for t-shirts, dresses, and sportswear because of its stretchability and softness.


Although polyester or nylon can also be used to create jersey fabric, cotton or a cotton blend is the most common material used. Jersey is a knit fabric, which means that rather than weaving, a sequence of interlocking loops is used to create it. As a result, jersey cloth has its famous stretch and softness.

Types of Jersey Fabric:

There are several varieties of jersey cloth, each with special qualities of its own:

Cotton Jersey: The most popular kind of jersey fabric is composed entirely of cotton. It is airy, cosy, and easy to maintain. T-shirts, dresses, and infant clothes are frequently made of cotton jerseys.

Compared to cotton jersey, interlock jersey is sturdier and more dependable. It has a double-sided appearance, constructed from two layers of jersey cloth that are knit together. Activewear and casual apparel frequently use interlock jersey.

Polyester jersey is a lightweight, strong synthetic cloth. It is also frequently used for athletic apparel and sportswear.

Rayon jersey uses wood pulp to create a soft, breathable cloth. As a result of its breathability and comfort, it is often a popular option for summer apparel.


Jersey fabric is known for its stretch, which is thanks to the knit construction of the fabric. It is also soft to the touch, making it comfortable to wear against the skin. Jersey fabric is breathable, which means it allows air to circulate through the fabric and prevents the build-up of moisture. This makes it an ideal choice for activewear and summer clothing.


Jersey fabric is easy to care for and can be machine washed and dried. It is important to follow the care instructions, as some types of jersey fabric may require special care.