Microfiber buffalo plaid pajama pants from Target. Check the label before you buy. Hold out for cotton flannel. Your legs and your laundry will be happy you did.

Microfiber is everywhere.  Because it’s cheap and easy to produce, major companies have used it to replace natural fibers in everything from clothing to bedding.

But let’s face it.  It’s gross.  Racked tells the full story in “Microfiber is the devil’s fabric”.  We agree.  Click here to read more.

Meanwhile, visit our store or any of our classes to find out more about textiles, their content, how they are made and the right ones to use on which garment or application.