Jersey knit fabric is constructed by interlocking loops of yarn, making it stretchier than a woven fabric where the yarns criss-cross in a perpendicular pattern. Cotton jersey normally has a noticeable right and wrong side. The right side is smoother, while the back has a more textured appearance. It has a lot of give no matter which way you stretch it. Cotton jersey doesn't fray, but the edges tend to roll after being stretched or ironed. Interlock knit jersey has more stability than cotton jersey, so the edges don't roll and it doesn't lose its shape as easily. The stretch properties of jersey knit fabric make it ideal for t-shirts, tops, and nightwear. Watch the video for more info!