Satin is a very shiny and flat fabric with a slippery surface, but also a type of weaving. The threads are woven very tightly and on top of each other on both sides of the fabric. When it comes to satin fabric, bright, smooth, flat and soft yarns come to mind. The most important feature of satin is that it is not matte and has a glossy structure. The difference of satin woven weave from other knitting types is that the connections in the weave are distributed without touching each other. Satin weaves are one-sided, that is, if one side of the fabric is matte, the other side is glossy. Satin fabric, which has many types, differs according to the weaving density during its production. Silk satins, which have higher weaving densities than other types of satin, provide a very high quality appearance, especially for evening dresses and shirts. Cotton satin is a type of fabric that is generally used in nightgowns, pajamas, shirts, tops and bedding sets. Crepe and free satin types, on the other hand, are very shiny and soft, and satin fabrics with a high amount of silk are high cost fabrics that are often preferred for an aesthetic and stylish appearance.