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Organdy is a sheer, lightweight, cotton fabric made with an open, plain weave and very fine, tightly twisted single yarns. Cotton organdy has crisp to stiff drape that may be gathered, pleated, or shirred into a bouffant fullness. This type of fabric is stiffened fabric. It is thin, has low yarn count and transparent. Similar to voile fabric, organdy is a durable finish cloth, which withstands multiple washing, retaining its crispness. It may be used alone or paired with another fabric to add fullness and loft. The fabric wrinkles and crushes easily, but it is quickly smoothed with a hot iron. It is often confused with organza fabric, which is a sheer crisp, plain weave fabric of man-made or silk fibres. Will withstand repeated launderings and still preserve the crisp texture. End-uses include blouses, dresses, and curtains/draperies.