Cambric Fabric

Cambric Fabric - Fabriclore

What is Cambric?

  • Despite its name, Cambric is a woven, light-weight, and 100% cotton fabric.
  • Contrary to other textiles, cambric is woven in a unique manner. Short, twisted linen or cotton fibers are often used in the weaving process.
  • It is common for these fibers to be unbleached or undyed.
  • The size of the warp and weft threads in this fabric ranges from 60 to 80 (count).
  • When it comes to needlework and lacework, Cambric is a fantastic fabric (because it is highly dense). It is referred to as "batiste" when used in such a manner.
Cambric Fabric


  • Originally, Cambric was a quality linen cloth that was first produced in Cambrai, France.
  • printed cambric was used for bands, sleeves, and collars by the year 1595 in London.
  • Egyptian or American cotton is used to make contemporary cambric, which is then calendered to give it a glossy finish on one side.

Cambric Fabric Online

What Makes it Stand Out


Cambric is weaved in different from other fabrics because it involves twisted, short linen and cotton fibers.


The fabric has a slight sheen.


The fabric is opaque in nature.

Application and Uses


Shirt, gown, etc.


Napkins, innerwear, handkerchief, etc


Cushion cover, curtains, bedsheets, etc.

How to Judge the Authenticity?

  • A good indicator of a decent quality cambric fabric is when it can retain its glossy properties for several years, even when it is aging.

Care Instructions

  • Set the washing machine at sixty degrees when washing Cambric fabric.
  • Medium temperature iron while ironing the fabric to remove creases.


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