A tri-blend fabric is a type of textile material made from a combination of three different fibers: typically, cotton, polyester, and rayon. The exact proportions of each fiber can vary depending on the manufacturer and the intended use of the fabric.
Cotton is a natural fiber that is breathable, soft, and comfortable to wear, while polyester adds durability, wrinkle resistance, and colorfastness. Rayon is a semi-synthetic fiber that is made from wood pulp that gives the fabric a silky, lightweight feel and adds to its drape.
When blended together, these fibers create a fabric that combines the best qualities of each material. Tri-blend fabrics are often used in the fashion industry for creating comfortable and stylish garments, such as t-shirts, hoodies, and sweatshirts, as well as in athletic apparel, due to their ability to wick away moisture and keep the wearer cool and dry.
Tri-blend fabrics can come in different ratios of each fiber, our composition is 50% polyester, 25% cotton, and 25% rayon. The combination of these fibers can also make the fabric resistant to shrinkage.