The FABRICAST™ fabric collection is a series of cotton and cotton-rich fabrics developed by the Product Development Team at Cotton Incorporated’s Research and Development Center. On an annual basis, a variety of innovative 100% cotton and high cotton blend woven and knit fabrics are developed for the apparel and home markets to serve as inspiration for companies that utilize cotton. These cotton fabrics highlight new and interesting yarns, unique weaving and knitting constructions, dyeing and finishing techniques, and fabric performance technologies.
This fabric collection is designed to help product developers, manufacturers and retailers get the most from cotton. The knit and woven fabric collections can provide new ideas and inspiration for your design and development teams each season. Contact your Cotton Incorporated representative to see how the FABRICAST™ collection can help you.
A collection of fabrics focused on surface detail, laser technology, performance attributes, and innovative twists on traditional constructions.
Innovative developments that showcase novelty dyeing techniques and fashion finishes, unique yarn selections, two-sided fabrics that offer versatility, and technical developments that have performance as well as aesthetic features
Exciting knit and woven fabrications featuring innovative yarns, intricate constructions, and a range of finishing applications from printing to garment processing.
Inspirational fabric developments that focus on surface embellishment, unique garment wash techniques, and complex fabric structures.
A collection of fabrics with a focus on athletic apparel, metallic components and unique surface embellishments.
A range of fabric constructions and finishing techniques for knits and wovens, with a focus on unique denim washes.
A vast range of women’s career wear, technology enhanced athletic apparel, and unique surface embellishment.
A collection of women's career wear, cold-climate active apparel fabrics and inspirational fabric designs.
Inspiration for cotton fabric developments