Pilling: A seemingly necessary evil for spun polyester fabrics… but does it have to be? TVF has launched Idaho, a 6.5 oz. spun polyester jersey fabric that pills less than other options like it on the market. Idaho is midweight and constructed with our special PolyLux Spun Polyester yarn. It features a cotton-like hand with the performance of polyester.
Idaho also addresses another challenge facing polyesters: the shine. The fabric’s PolyLux Spun Polyester yarn means that even after dye sublimation paper transfer printing, Idaho maintains its lofty feel and soft hand without all the shininess of typical polyester. Garment makers looking to expand their offerings can turn to Idaho due to its cotton-like look and feel that remains after patterns and designs are printed. Crisp, clear images will pop from Idaho’s optic white surface with dye sub printing. Its slightly heavier weight also opens the door to a wider variety of end-uses. Idaho is Made in the USA and in-stock at TVF.
The 6% spandex composition and advanced moisture management finish of Idaho provides stretch and keeps wearers dry and extra comfortable. Great for classic t-shirts, athleisure, children’s clothing, activewear, resortwear, and apparel, Idaho is an elevated option with a luxurious feel for more fashion-forward applications. Idaho is the newest addition to TVF’s popular line of PolyLux Spun Polyester offerings, which includes Colorado Light, Oregon Jersey, and Wyoming Thermal.
Reliable and quick access to printable apparel textiles can open up business opportunities. Partnering with TVF can help you stay nimble with market needs while not overburdening your precious fabric storage space. Reach out to the TVF Sales Team to find out more about Idaho, our PolyLux Spun Polyester yarn, or any other textile curiosities at TVFinc.com.