Fabrics can be identified based on the texture, which means the surface feel of a fabric. Example – the feel of gauze bandage, cotton sari and a denim pant material. All these have different feel when touched. Thus, the texture is observed and based on that the fabrics can be identified for its suitability to a chosen end application area, like whether the fabric can be used for pant, shirt or frock.
Non-Woven Fabric- what are examples of non woven fabric- what are non woven fabric- Is cotton a non woven fabric
A non-woven fabric is made by using heat and resin on short fibres, thereby creating a structure for the short fibres. They are materials that do not have a fibre network by randomly laid technique. One cannot see the warp and weft threads laced or looped like a weaving or knitting. In order to check […]
Methods of Printing- block Printing- block printing Advantages and disadvantages- Roller printing- Roller printing advantage and disadvantage- what is Stencil Printing- stencil printing advantage and disadvantage-what is screen printing
Block Printing Block printing is the ancient method of printing designs on the textile material by hand. It is the simplest of the printing methods. In this method, the desired design is carved on a wooden or metal block. The fabric is pinned on a table which is firm, strong and withstands the pressure of […]
Introduction The art of printing fabric was known as early as 300 BC (BCE) Printing is the art of colouring the surface of any item. Tattooing of body is one of the most common printing of olden days. The impression of object dipped in dyes on fabric is the basic technique of printing. Textile printing […]