Satin material is not actually from fibre, such as silk; it is a type of weave. Satin fabric is sleek, lustrous and glossy with an easily identifiable shiny face. It is created with a specific type of textile weave which is different from the weave of basic woven fabric.
The yarns that are most commonly used to make satin are cotton, wool, silk – which gives you silk satin fabric, and synthetic fabrics, such as polyester or acetate.
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