With the ensuing of the winter/autumn 2015, your kid must be very excited for the winters—to go out and build snowmen, glide through the snow, and play wild and free! But you, as a mother, must be very skeptical about what winter wear to buy for your kids so that she may stay absolutely snug and comfortable outdoors, too. And, stylish too!
But with so many sweaters made of such variety of raw materials, don’t you become inquisitive about what they are, and whether they shall keep your baby absolutely snug, nourished and comfortable? This post takes you through the different types of raw materials that most good sweaters are made of—
Wool: One of the widely available and best raw materials for sweaters and knitwear, wool is much heavier than cotton, and provides a comfortable snug profile. Since it is natural, it is good for your baby, and you may even knit kids’ sweaters yourself. However, maintaining the shape of woolen clothes is quite a difficult task. So, prepare likewise before investing in some great quality woolen baby sweaters.
Cotton: Lightweight and durable as they are, cotton is perhaps the most widely used fabric for clothing. Be it for light wears or winter wears, cotton provides an all-round comfort always. Like wool, cotton is also very good for your baby, and is a great fabric to knit infant boy sweaters with for the chilly days.
Linen: As known to all, linen is very light material that is very good for your baby, especially during the light wintry days. This fabric provides much more comfort and absorbs moisture much better than cotton. However, it may crinkle time and again, so you may need to iron it every time before making your kid wear a linen sweater.
Cashmere: Plush and fine, Cashmere is undoubtedly the most expensive in the lot, and provides high comfort! Its light texture couples with the snug appeal to provide utmost comfort to your kids. Get a couple of cashmere sweaters for kids for the special occasions, and let them glow like cherubs!
Synthetic Fabric: Although not really recommended for the kids, these synthetic fabrics from good and dependable kids’ sweater manufacturers may be quite handy during travels or light wintry days. The synthetic fabrics comprise of mainly acrylic and polyester, and provide low cost alternatives to the above mentioned fabrics. However, if opting for synthetic ones, try and go for the blended fabrics rather than pure synthetic sweaters for your kids.