Lightweight Fabric

Lightweight fabric is a materials crafting concept, usually found in sewing.

The fabrics that qualify as lightweight are: silk, cotton, linen, and muslin.

Any crafting recipe calling for lightweight fabric can use any of these materials, and the resulting object's description should contain references to the fabric used to make it.

The other two categories of fabric are heavyweight fabric and cloth.

Example of a flag object, made with red silk:

This is a piece of red silk cut into a rectangle; a series of ties sewn into
one of its shorter sides hold it snugly against a simple wooden staff. The
flag measures two handspans long on its shorter sides and half a stride
longways, while the flagpole is two strides long.

Last updated: 13 Jun 2018 21:09 by Arcblade.

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