Bra Styling

apparel Todays Brassiers are made of many different materials including cotton, rayon, silk, spandex, polyester, and lace. They are available in many styles from cups that come without any padding (and are quite sheer) to those that add significantly to the size and shape of the cup. A woman can alter her silhouette by simply purchasing a brassiere with cups that are designed to render a specific shape.

Stitch Formation Cycles

fabric knitting weaving Knitting stitch formation with various needles - Latch, Beard & Compound

Fancy entwining and Curved Twill

fabric weaving Fancy entwining twill effects are obtained by omitting one or more twill lines from each section and continuing the remaining twill lines of each section until they meet these of the other section. By this it means that two blank spaces are made in the weave, in which other weaves may be inserted. Curved twills are those in which the twill lines have a wavy, or curved, nature instead of being perfectly straight as in an ordinary twill weave. There are two methods of constructing these weaves,

Grading of Wool

fiber Certain qualities such as fineness, length, color and appearance determine the end use and value of wool. Fineness largely determines whether the wool is used in a suit, sweater, blanket or in a pair of socks.

Apparel/Garments

apparel knitting Textile products used for clothing is broadly termed as Apparel or Garments. Garment making is one of the basic content of fashion designing. Proficiency in the art of sewing is an essential pre-requisite in garment making. There are Woven garments and Knitted garments. Shirts, trousers, sarees, bed spreads, blankets, towels and made ups are Woven. T-Shirts, sweatshirts, undergarments, pyjamas and socks are Knits.

Characteristics of Rayon Fiber

fiber Rayon is moisture absorbent (more so than cotton), breathable, comfortable to wear, and easily dyed in vivid colors. It does not build up static electricity, nor will it pill unless the fabric is made from short, low-twist yarns.

Knitting Needles

fabric knitting weaving The needle is the basic element of loop formation in Knitting

Power Consumption in Ring Spinning Mills

spinning yarn Two types of energy can be used in a specifc spinning mill; electrical energy and thermal energy. Machines, air conditioning, lamps used for illumination and compressors consume electrical energy while the thermal energy is consumed by air conditioning and processes such as fxation of yarns

Most used Embroidery Fabrics

embroidery finishing Many kind fabrics and its combinations can be used as the base cloth for machine embroidery such as Cambric, Calico, Chiffon, Damask, Jersey, Linen, Net, Non-woven, Organza, Satin, Silk, Tulle, Voile.

Cotton Fibres

apparel fiber Cotton is a soft staple fibre that grown in a form known as a boll around the seeds of the cotton plant, a shrub native to tropical and subtropical regions.