Custom Viscose Fabric

Custom Wholesale Viscose Fabric

Your Trusted Wholesale Viscose Fabric Factory

Looking for a silk-like fabric without the hefty price tag? Our customizable viscose fabrics are the perfect solution. They’re an exceptional alternative to silk, offering the same luxurious feel at a fraction of the cost.

Viscose fabric was designed as an economical substitute for silk, boasting an incredibly smooth and soft texture. It’s lightweight, readily absorbs dye, and holds color beautifully, making it almost identical to natural silk.

Whether you need undyed viscose fabrics to bring your creative vision to life or ready-made viscose fabrics for your products, Sinosilk can cater to your specific needs on demand. We offer comprehensive color customization options and the ability to create bespoke printed viscose fabrics according to your designs. Plus, our professional design services are available if needed.

We offer attractive prices and low minimum order quantities (MOQ) to support your creativity, whether it’s for small personal projects or large-scale production runs. You can purchase our viscose fabrics by the meter or by the yard. Contact us today to request free samples and learn more about our high-quality viscose fabrics!

  • Undyed Viscose Fabric
    Undyed Viscose Fabric

    Sinosilk offers undyed viscose fabric, a soft and smooth material that showcases the inherent texture of the fabric. For craft enthusiasts, undyed viscose is a versatile option for DIY dyeing, offering a cost-effective alternative to natural fabrics.

  • Plain Dyed Viscose Fabric
    Plain Dyed Viscose Fabric

    Sinosilk specializes in custom plain dyed viscose fabrics, providing a range of solid colors for manufacturers seeking ready-made fabrics for quick production or individual buyers who want to simplify their DIY projects. Choose from a variety of colors to create different styles for your merchandise and enjoy the satisfaction of a finished product.

  • At Sinosilk, we use cutting-edge equipment to reproduce your unique designs with precision on our printed viscose fabrics. If you don’t have a design, our design service can incorporate your logo, and branding into a custom design, making us your one-stop source for all your fabric requirements.

Different Styles of Our Viscose Fabric

  • Viscose Satin Fabric
    Viscose Satin Fabric

    Shimmering and smooth, viscose satin fabric offers a luxurious drape, perfect for gowns and dresses.

  • Viscose Twill Fabric
    Viscose Twill Fabric

    Viscose twill fabric adds structure and a supple drape to a variety of garments.

  • Viscose Chiffon Fabric
    Viscose Chiffon Fabric

    Viscose chiffon fabric is remarkably lightweight. Its airy drape and translucent nature create a romantic feel, adding a touch of elegance to your products.

  • Viscose Georgette Fabric
    Viscose Georgette Fabric

    This grainy fabric boasts a matte finish, translucence, and a more pronounced crepe style than viscose crepe fabric. Its adaptability makes it suitable for both casual and formal wear.

  • Viscose Crepe Fabric
    Viscose Crepe Fabric

    Viscose crepe fabric offers a soft, slightly grainy texture, and a fluid drape.

  • Viscose Habotai Fabric
    Viscose Habotai Fabric

    Lightweight and plainly woven, viscose habotai fabric is ideal for linings and lingerie. 

Benefits of Viscose Fabric

Silky Appearance
Silky Appearance

Viscose fabric perfectly mimics the luxurious look and feel of silk. Its smooth surface and lustrous sheen are sure to impress your customers.

Breathability
Breathability

Known for its breathable quality, viscose fabric is a natural choice for summer clothing and accessories.

Comfort
Comfort

Viscose fabric provides exceptional comfort thanks to its silky soft texture. It feels great against the skin, making it a popular choice for a variety of garments.

Color Retention
Color Retention

With its excellent absorbency, viscose fabric readily absorbs and retains dyes, resulting in stunning color saturation. Its smooth surface is perfect for custom printing, ensuring flawless results. This makes it the ideal fabric for wholesale orders requiring a diverse range of colors and designs.

Creative Uses for Viscose Fabric: From Fashion to Everyday Life

Viscose fabric, with its luxurious silk-like texture and exceptional dye absorption, offers a wide range of applications beyond just fashion. Let’s explore some of the creative possibilities!

Fashion & Accessories:

Home Furnishings:

  • Decorative: Curtains, Carpets, Drapes, Valances
  • Bedding: Quilts, Pillowcases, Duvet Covers, Sheets

Other Uses:

  • Sanitary Products: Disposable Wet Wipes, Sanitary Pads
  • Medical Applications
  • Industrial Products
Creative Uses for Viscose Fabric

Why Choose Sinosilk for Your Bespoke Viscose Fabric?

Why Choose Sinosilk for Your Bespoke Viscose Fabric?
Why Choose Sinosilk for Your Bespoke Viscose Fabric?

Premium Quality and Customization

From our carefully sourced raw materials to our meticulous production process, Sinosilk prioritizes quality and sustainability. We use eco-friendly dyes and maintain strict environmental standards throughout.  Our custom viscose fabric is designed to meet your unique needs, allowing you to choose the perfect style, color, pattern, and even order quantity.

Exceptional Service and Pricing

Our dedicated customer service team is available 24/7 to address any questions you may have about viscose fabric. We offer competitive pricing and flexible purchasing options, allowing you to buy by the meter or yard with no specific restrictions.  Special discounts are available for wholesale orders.

Expert Guidance and Support

Our team of experts excels at matching your products with the perfect viscose fabric style, recommending and customizing colors and patterns that align with your brand identity.  Contact us today to request free samples and explore the possibilities.

How is Viscose Fabric Made?

We take pride in our expertise in manufacturing viscose fabric. To learn more about the production process or other related information, we invite you to explore our blog post, “What is Viscose Fabric?” We’re confident you’ll gain valuable insights from it.

  • Tree Harvesting 

The process begins with harvesting trees, primarily those with high cellulose content, like pine or eucalyptus. The trees are then chopped into wood chips.

  • Pulp Production 

The wood chips undergo purification through chemical treatment, transforming them into cellulose pulp.

  • Fiber Regeneration

 The purified cellulose is further processed to create a viscous solution. This solution is then forced through a spinneret, solidifying into viscose fibers in a sulfuric acid bath.

  • Yarn Production

The viscose fibers are stretched and spun to form yarns, ready for weaving.

  • Fabric Weaving

Based on your specific fabric requirements, the viscose yarns are woven into fabrics using the appropriate weaving technique.

Care Instructions for Viscose Fabric

You may have many questions about caring for viscose fabric, especially concerning shrinkage.  Viscose shrinkage primarily occurs due to moisture and heat exposure. To prevent shrinkage, fading, or other fabric damage, Sinosilk offers the following recommendations:

  1. Dry clean for best results.
  2. Machine wash gently if allowed, using cold water and a mild detergent.
  3. Gently press out water after washing, and hang to air dry.
  4. Iron on low heat, inside out if necessary.
  5. Dab stains promptly, and seek professional cleaning for stubborn ones.
Is viscose stretchy or not?

Pure viscose doesn’t stretch much on its own. But if you need stretch, look for fabrics blended with viscose, like viscose and spandex.

Is viscose better than cotton?

It depends on what you’re looking for. Viscose is great for lightweight, cool, and smooth fabrics, while cotton is known for its softness, durability, warmth, and hypoallergenic qualities.

Do you feel hot in viscose?

Viscose is quite cool to wear. Its smooth texture and breathability help it stay cool and comfortable, even on warmer days.

Is viscose unhealthy to wear?

Viscose is made from a natural material, cellulose, and is generally considered safe for wear. While some chemicals are used in the manufacturing process, the finished fabric is safe for human use.

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