Swiss Dot Fabric

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Swiss Dot or dotted Swiss is one of the oldest fabrics. It has survived for a long time and continues to be popular with different generations because many consider it fresh and youthful, making it a timeless fabric. China and India are among the top producers and exporters of Swiss dot fabric. 

What is Swiss Dot Fabric  

Swiss Dot is a sheer, lightweight plain weave textile with tiny dots at regular or irregular intervals. 

The dots are applied to the fabric’s surface to give it the desired pattern using several methods. For example, they can be woven, flocked, printed, or embroidered. However, the most durable dots are the woven ones.

The dots can be of the same color as the background. Alternatively, they can be of different colors, depending on the desired appearance of the final material.   

History of Swiss Dot Fabric 

Swiss Dot originated in St. Gallen, Switzerland, in 1750, where it was first made on handlooms. Traditionally the fabric was made from cotton fibers, but it is now blended with artificial fibers for various reasons.  

In the early days, the dots on the fabric were produced with swivel weaving, but this has been replaced by more advanced techniques such as embroidery and printing.  

During its early days, the fabric was used to make children’s clothing, wedding dresses, and curtains. 

Uses of Swiss Dot Fabric 

The various properties of Swiss Dot fabric make it suitable for manufacturing warm weather goods and for home decor: Here are items that are made using the material: 

  • Blouses
  • Dresses
  • Shirts
  • Baby cloths
  • Wedding gowns
  • Curtains 
  • Bed sheets 

Pros and Cons of Swiss Dot Fabric 


  • Lightweight
  • It has a classy appearance 
  • Comfortable
  • Breathable 


  • Hand washing is the recommended method
  • Vulnerable to extreme heat