Natural Cellulose Fibres

fiber Cellulose is a fibrous material of plant origin and the basis of all natural and man-made cellulosic fibres. The natural cellulosic fibres include cotton, flax, hemp, jute, and ramie. Cellulose is a polymeric sugar polysaccharide) made up of repeating 1,4-8-an hydro glucose units connected to each other by 8-ether linkages. Strong intermolecular forces between chains, coupled with the high linearity of the cellulose molecule, account for the crystalline nature of cellulosic fibres.

Type of fabrics

fabric under-garments Major kind of textile fabrics used for clothing, home furnishing and industrial usages - the page briefly describes almost all commonly used fabrics and its characteristics and usages.

Sequin Decoration


Fusing Process and its Requirement

apparel Regardless of which fusible and machine are used, fusing is controlled by four processing components such as temperature,time, pressure and cooling.

Schiffli Embroidery

embroidery finishing Schiffli embroidery is produced by machines with several hundred needles placed horizontally one above the other.

Green Production Evaluation System

dyeing finishing The textile industry (cotton printing and dyeing) clean production standards being as reference and green production full control in whole process as the guiding ideology, the green evaluation indexes are formed and have better feasible manipulation.

Weaving Basics

fabric hosiery weaving The process of producing a fabric by interlacing warp and weft threads is known as weaving. The machine used for weaving is known as weaving machine or loom. Weaving is an art that has been practiced for thousands of years. The earliest application of weaving dates back to the Egyptian civilization. In order to interlace wrap and weft threads to produce a fabric, the basic mechanisms necessary on any type of looms are Primary, Secondary and Auxiliary mechanisms.

Polyester Fiber and its uses

fiber Polyester is often blended with other fibers like cotton to get the best of both worlds.

Types of sleeves

apparel Sleeve is that part of the garment, which covers the arm of the body and is usually attached to armhole of bodice pattern. Sleeves support the design and functional element of a garment. They are broadly classified into three types – set-in sleeves, raglan sleeves and kimono sleeves which are further made into separate styles.

Type of Embroidery Repeats

embroidery finishing The distance between the needles is called repeat. One repeat is 27.08 mm.