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Faux Suede

Suede comes from the French, and originally was meant as womens soft gloves.  It is made from the underside of an animals skin, typically a cow, goat, pig, or lamb. 

Faux suede feels the same as the real thing, but is much easier to care for and much cheaper to purchase.  Faux suede is much more water resistent than the real thing, and less prone to stains or blemishes.

Typical uses include purses, jackets, pants, and light upholstery for home decor.

We offer faux seude in a tan color here:



General term for a soft fabric, typically with a deep pill.  First created by Malden Mills (now Polartec) in 1979 as a fabric meant to imitate wool and even surpass it's qualities.  Fleece is much lighter in weight than wool, but just as warm.

Advantages of fleece are that it does not absorb as much as water as natural fabrics such as cotton or wool.  It can be made from receycled bottles, a plus for the environment.  Further, it is machine washable and dries quickly.

MJTrends offer fleece fabric in a variety of colors at the following: