No matter what kind of fabric you pick, never make children’s clothing without pre-washing the material. Prewashing is performed as a routine by most dressmakers, but when sewing for children it takes on a different significance. You have to remove most of the contaminants that are most likely poured on factory-made clothing, or at least get an idea of it. Let’s see the soft types of materials you should know about before buying clothes for your baby.


This is a cotton cloth used in several various weights – from very lightweight to very thick, and coarse. The lightweight muslin is perfect for making children’s clothes because you don’t get more breathable material than this, it’s 100 % cotton. Muslin is typically used to create swaddle clothes, burp cloths, cloth diaper covers etc. rather than clothing because it is not very glamorous.

This fabric is very appropriate for linen and for wearing petticoats under skirts. Gauze is a muslin cotton cloth with a somewhat wrinkled appearance. It’s free, airy and very breathable. Single and double gauze fabrics are available. Based on the make, the gauze can be very thick.

Broderie-Angelize Fabric or Cotton Eyelet

Nothing could be more gorgeous than the embroidery on the textile. Isn’t it amazing that with the English eyelet and embroidery, you have the material with the embroidery already made on it? They ‘re perfect for kids suits, nightgowns. We can be used to make clothing on their own or as trims or accessories like yokes, buttons, etc.

Jersey Type Knit Fabric

This fabric is a popular piece of infant and children’s wear that is lightweight and breathable. Some other benefit over woven clothing is that jersey knits were also stretchy. This knit material is very accommodating to constant physical movements and development spurts; you know how children grow up. My favourite knit fabrics for children’s clothes include interlocking, double stitching, cotton spandex.


Soft fleece fabric is a popular choice for children’s winter clothes available at korango baby clothes. Fleece can be used as a substitute for fur. It is moisturizing and keeps the skin warm. Unlike wool, fleece is easy to manage because it can be washed and dried quickly or to make blankets or kids jackets.

Fabrics of Microfiber

This is a modern kind of cloth that is very lightweight and non-allergenic. This is a perfect alternative for children who have very delicate skin.

Pile / Nap Cotton

Terrycloth is just a layer of cotton; you can use this incredibly absorbent cotton to make skirts, cloth diapers, etc. Others include corduroy, brushed cotton, flannel, leather, leather are also classics.

Bamboo Rayon

Bamboo material is a super soft and sturdy ray fibre made of bamboo plant-derived cellulose. This is naturally produced and is meant to have non – toxic qualities that make eco-conscious people consider this product over the others. This is ideal for delicate skin and is heat-regulating, which ensures that it can respond to the temperature of the baby’s body and, as a result, the body becomes less likely to get too dry.

When you are shopping for fabric to make disposable diapers, diaper wraps, blankets, washable crib sheets, training pants, wet bags, breastfeeding sheets, bibs, you can need a waterproof fabric. You can purchase Polyurethane Laminated Polyester (used around the outside of cloth nappies and pampers covers), plastic-backed Terry garment, etc. Make sure that the fabric you purchase is breathable so that the kid is not feeling hot.