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« on: July 05, 2007 08:34:35 PM »

Does anyone know what I'm talking about?...a lot of shirts sold at Wet Seal are made from a very very light/drapey, semi sheer knit fabric with some stretch (not a lot). Is there a specific name for this kind of knit? Is it specially made for Wet Seal or could I find it in a fabric store? (particularly in wisconsin?)
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« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2007 06:13:02 PM »

Despite the prices Wet Seal isn't exactly the highest quality stuff- it's probably just a cheap Jersey (which is a specific type of knit and very popular this year) which you should be able to get at Wally world. Cheap knits are difficult to sew- they run, snag and bunch up unless your machine is tuned just right. I have great difficulty with knits- can you tell?
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