Sheep Wool

fiber Wool is the fibrous covering from sheep and is by far the most important animal fibre used in textiles. It appears to have been the earliest fibre to be spun and woven into cloth.

Different kind of stitches

apparel One unit of confirmation of thread resulting from repeatedly passing a strand or strands or loops of thread into or through a material is called a stitch. There are two basic stitch formations, lock stitch and chain stitch. In all cases the stitch develops from the formation of a loop in the needle thread as the needle rises from its lowest point. This loop is either inter-looped with the preceding loop or inter-looped with other threads, or interlaced with an under thread in lockstitch.

Lingerie

apparel under-garments Lingerie industry has been growing prosperously and the demand from the customers urges the industry to continuously improve its design and manufacturing technology so as to drive for excellence to match the ever-changing market. The company manufacture wide range of lingerie consists of brassiere, panties, control briefs, garters, foundation garments, corsets, bustier.Its a term that is used for undergarments which are alluring, appealing, erotic and fashionable.

Shuttles/Schiffli

embroidery finishing Container which holds bobbins are called shuttles or Schiffli by the embroidery industry. Shuttles are available in steel or plastics.

Objectives of carding

yarn Objectives of carding, main actions of carding machine, Useful sliver hanks of different counts and wastage in carding

Components of Pressing

apparel Regardless of fabric, type of garment or the machinery and equipment employed, the majority of pressing operations have the same components.

Man-made Regenerated Cellulose Fibres

fiber Certain natural cellulose fibres are treated and re-produced for specific purposes. The famous fibres such as Viscose Rayon, Acetate etc. are produced by processing various natural polymers.

Woven Fabrics

fabric weaving Woven fabrics are made by using two or more sets of yarn interlaced at right angles to each other. Much variety is produced by weaving.

Types of Plackets

apparel Plackets are particularly seen in women's garments which have a good fit. They are usually found near the writs, neckline, waist line and other comfort fitting parts of the garment. These are finished openings which are normally kept closed (to have a tight fit) and are opened only while wearing or taking off the garment. Fastneres like zippers, buttons, buttonholes, hooks are used in keeping the plackets closed.

Coir or Coconut Fiber

fiber Coir or coconut fibre belongs to the group of hard structural fibres. It is an important commercial product obtained from the husk of the coconut. Industries based on coir have developed in many coconut producing countries especially India, Tanzania, Kenya, Bangladesh, Burma, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Ghana etc.