Here's their main fabric website. I reviewing four of the fabrics from the Activewear category.
|Light Scuba - Print||Midweight Scuba||Stretch Yoga||Stretch Solar|
|78% Poly 22% Elastane, 62" wide,
6.14 oz/sq yd
|80% Nylon 20% Elastane 53" wide
9.49 oz/sq yd
|SOLIDS - 88% Nylon, 12% spandex, 64" wide
HEATHER - 48% Nylon, 45% Poly, 7% Spandex
9.92 oz/sq yard.
|85% Poly,15% Spandex, 60" wide,
8.61 oz/sq yard.
|Stretch||80% selvage to selvage
50% along selvage
|50% selvage to selvage
80% along selvage (most stretch goes ALONG selvage)
|60% selvage to selvage
70% along selvage
|70% selvage to selvage
70% along selvage
|Possible Uses||Lightweight bottoms, thin top.||Leggings, running skirts, thin jacket, thicker running top. This almost as thick as a ponte.||Leggings, running skirts, thin jacket, thicker running top, athleisure wear like a sporty dress, this sweatshirt.||Leggings, running skirts, thin jacket, running top, athleisure wear like a sporty dress, thin sweatshirt.|
|Tips for Sewing||Works well with 70 stretch needle. Cool iron (I used Poly - Level 3)||Edges tend to curl.|
|Misc.||Cold to the touch, thin but not at all see through, a bit of a sheen to it but not shiny, starts to lose print and turn white when stretched along the selvage. Does not curl along the edges.||A bit of a shine to the fabric. Seems stiff before you wash it.
Very slippery. Edges do not curl. Imagine a thick Nylon swimsuit fabric. Because of the direction of most stretch, you may want to put pattern pieces perpendicular to pattern lay-out.
|Warm to the touch. Squishy, matte fabric. More of a cotton-y feel to the fabric. Edges will curl badly if you stretch fabric aggressively.||Cool to the touch, totally matte finish, cottony feel. No show-through even when stretched.|
I also made a little video review on YouTube about the four different types of fabric.