American Made Denim
Nationwide Supplier of American Made Denim
Hyde Park Denim is a nationwide distributor of American made denim. All of the denim we manufacture can be sold at great, wholesale rates. Denim is a great material that can be used for a variety of tasks. This makes it useful for many different industries.
So please, if you are in need of American made denim at a low, affordable cost, contact us today. We will gladly answer any questions or concerns you may have about this material. The number for our office is (917) 912-6484. When you call, we can provide you with a free consultation and quote!
What Is American Made Denim?
Rugged fabric made of cotton describes American made denim. The difference between denim and cotton twill is the diagonal ribbing on the reverse side of the fabric. The former has been the fabric for the clothing worn by laborers, rebels, hippies, celebrities and other workforces and subcultures for centuries.
People began adoring denim as early as the 18th century. George Washington toured a production line of denim in Massachusetts in 1798. Blue color laborers wore denim because of its durability and strength. During the 19th century, the miners of the California gold rush needed strong clothing to handle the harsh work environment so Levi--he was called Loeb at birth--Strauss developed a pair of "jeans" that started a huge fashion craze in America. During the same time, the railroad workers wore a similar fabric called hickory cloth that was denim with white and black contrasting threads in the denim pattern. This cloth was believed to be as tough as hickory wood. Quite impressive.
American Made Denim Uses
American made denim fabric has been made into jeans, shorts, overalls, skirts, jackets, bags, capris, shoes, dresses, duvet covers, curtains and shirts and all kinds of accessories. Denim has many benefits over other materials for apparel. Jeans can be worn at various social and official occasions. Based on durability alone, denim makes sense economically. It is also great as stretch denim fabric for chef attire and all kinds of projects.
Recycling, Up-cycling and Re-purposing
American made denim material, especially when purchased wholesale or by the yard, has become increasingly popular for crafts and DIY projects. New and unique ideas are always appearing. We've seen all sorts of innovative uses for denim. Whether it originates from raw denim fabric by the yard or an up-cycling of jeans, the possibilities are endless. The material also creates bags, hanging wall pockets, coasters, cushions, blankets, quilts, scarves, pillows, stuffed animals and rugs. Not only are these items interesting, but fun to make and environmentally conscious, nearly all also serve a specific purpose.
The environmental impact of recycling denim is far-reaching. The process trims the number of materials in landfills and reduces the energy used to create more denim. Companies such as Nudie Jeans have milled discarded, used jeans into a pulp which then becomes a raw material for new products. The employees themselves have upholstered furniture with denim from jeans. This technique also saves people money. Table runners at a home decor store, for example, can run up to $50. Sure, they are handmade, maybe with some beads or tassels. But wholesale, American made denim by the yard can be up-cycled to a table runner with no problem.
And the best thing about making your own, is that you can do whatever you want with it. Heck, this is America, after all. So take advantage of the ability and freedom to design your own denim creations, whether you are recycling the material or purchasing wholesale denim by the yard directly from Hyde Park.
Unique Denim Ideas
But wait, there's more. Just simply conducting a search for "unique denim ideas" will yield a boatload of inspirational products made of our favorite material. And when we say "boatload," we are not kidding. You really could fill a boat of American made denim. In addition to the more common ideas like handbags and quilts, there are always fresh concepts for the exciting world of up-cycling. Here's the latest: rugs, table runners, coasters, wreaths, lunch bags, table cloths, baskets, and flowers. Some of these seem simple, while others may prove to be a little more complex. Since there are plenty of DIY craft sites out there, we're sure that step-by-step instructions are available for a range of denim pieces. If you are crafty and have the experience, perhaps one day soon your own denim creation will be featured on a popular, cutting-edge website.
Denim Fabric Worldwide!
Denim fabric was originally made in Nimes, France by the Andre family. They called it "serge." This fabric was made of silk and wool, but woven in the denim fashion. This is thought to be the first denim fabric produced. This denim fabric was originally called serge de Nimes, but later was called denim to give it a shorter name. Soon after the Italians from Genoa wore this denim as trousers finally the name "jeans" came to be after the Genoans who wore these pants.
In American culture, denim jeans and other apparel have been a historical part of fashion. Ironically, only a very small percentage of denim clothing is actually made in the United States. Note that nearly all of Hyde Park’s fabric is produced in the U.S. You can be confident that you are receiving quality American made denim fabric that has not been outsourced. We are proud to be a manufacturer of American denim cloth.
Request A Free Quote Today
Whether you are investing in a brand new DIY project at home or are building on your brand name, Hyde Park Denim would love to hear from you. We are a trusted American manufacturer of denim cloth and look forward to being your first choice for American made denim. We have quality denim material for sale available at affordable wholesale rates. Please reach out to us today to learn more about our American made denim fabric. We will also gladly answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding our denim. The number to call is . We have denim fabric that is great for the home sewer, DIY'er and both small and large manufacturers. (917) 912-6484