Silk Fabric

Explore Mood’s extensive selection of premium silk fabrics by the yard and buy silk fabrics and materials online – wholesale silk charmeuse, satin, dupioni, chiffon, crepe, and organza are waiting!

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  1. Item #: 428189 Mood Exclusive Italian Purple, Strawberry Pink and Yellow Lilies Silk Charmeuse

    Designer: Mood Designer Fabrics

    $89.99  / Yard
  2. Item #: 428239 Mood Exclusive Italian Yellow, Raspberry Rose and Beige Linework and Brushstrokes Abstract Silk Charmeuse

    Designer: Mood Designer Fabrics

    $89.99  / Yard
  3. Item #: 428209 Mood Exclusive Italian Blue, Yellow and Pink Watercolor Floral Silk Charmeuse

    Designer: Mood Designer Fabrics

    $89.99  / Yard
  4. Item #: 428217 Mood Exclusive Italian Rainbow Floral Splash Silk Charmeuse

    Designer: Mood Designer Fabrics

    $89.99  / Yard
  5. Item #: 428215 Mood Exclusive Italian Red, Yellow and Green Poppies and Daisies Silk Charmeuse

    Designer: Mood Designer Fabrics

    $89.99  / Yard
  6. Item #: 428218 Mood Exclusive Italian Yellow, Steel Blue and Russet Abstract Roses Silk Charmeuse

    Designer: Mood Designer Fabrics

    $89.99  / Yard
  7. Item #: 428199 Mood Exclusive Italian Blue, Black and Yellow Art Nouveau Flowers Border Print Silk Charmeuse

    Designer: Mood Designer Fabrics

    $89.99  / Yard
  8. Item #: 329555 Mood Exclusive Italian Green and Mustard Ferns and Foliage Digitally Printed Silk Charmeuse
    Almost Sold Out! Only 2 Left.

    Designer: Mood Designer Fabrics

    $89.99  / Yard
  9. Item #: 329564 Mood Exclusive Italian Tango Red, Turquoise and Yellow Ornate Digitally Printed Silk Charmeuse
    Almost Sold Out! Only 14 Left.

    Designer: Mood Designer Fabrics

    $89.99  / Yard
  10. Item #: 422409 Famous Australian Designer Golden Poppies Silk Georgette
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    Designer: Famous Australian Designer

    $34.99  / Yard
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The rich history of silk fabric only adds to its appeal. First developed in China with its discovery credited to the Empress Leizu, the earliest extant silk fabric dates to 3630 BC, but evidence of the use of silk fibers can be dated to 8500 BC. Long preferred as a luxury textile, silk became the driving force behind the development of the legendary trade routes known as the Silk Road, spreading silk to India, the Middle East, Northern Africa, and Europe, and eventually leading to extensive sericulture in Italy and France. Today, silk’s lustre and durability make it a popular choice in both practical applications like protection against insects and medical uses, as well as fashion and home decor. Popular silk fabrics include charmeuse, taffeta, habotai, satin, organza, and chiffon.

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