“Sequin” originated from the Arabic word sikka, meaning “coin,” later becoming the Venetian word zecchino. In the late 16th century, it morphed into the French word, sequin. Formal gowns and suits were embellished with polished disks of metal throughout history, requiring hours of hand sewing by seamstresses.

Sequin Fabrics (13)

3m Tinsel Sequins Lace Bundle 'Royal'


3m Sequins Lace Bundle 'Embroidery Lace' 1.8cm Wide


3FOR10 Square Mirror Sequins on Net 'All Over Sequins' 55" Wide


3FOR5 Knitted Cashmilon With Sequins 'Salmon Pink' 55" Wide


3FOR5 Knitted Cashmilon With Sequins 'Gold' 55" Wide


3FOR10 Circle Sequins on Jersey 'All Over Sequins' 55" Wide


3FOR10 Hologram Sequins on Net- 44" Wide


All Over Metallic Sequins On Net 60" Wide- White


All Over Embroidery Sequins Dress Net Fabric- 60" Wide


Stretch Net Jersey With Sequins & Metallic Foil- 60" Wide Black


Sequins Embroidery Dress Net Fabric- Grey 60" Wide


Embroidered Sequins on Crepe Flow Chiffon- 60" Wide Hyacinth


Polyester Crinkle Embroidered Sequin Georgette