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YARN

About 15 different types of fibers are used to make yarn. These fibers fall into two categories, natural and synthetic. Natural fibers are those that are obtained from a plant or an animal and are mainly used in weaving textiles.
The characteristics of spun yarn depend, in part, on the amount of twist given to the fibers during spinning. A fairly high degree of twist produces strong yarn, a low twist produces softer, more lustrous yarn, and a very tight twist produces crepe yarn. Yarns are also classified by their number of parts. A single yarn is made from a group of filament or staple fibers twisted together. Ply yarns are made by twisting two or more single yarns. Cord yarns are made by twisting together two or more ply yarns.
Spinning systems and yarn manufacturing machinery will continue to become more automated and will be integrated as part of a manufacturing unit rather than as a separate process. Spinning machines have already been developed that combine carding and drawing functions. Production rates will increase by orders of magnitude as machines become available with even more spindles.

Currently, we are the proud producers of : –

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Wool/Polyamide Fibre

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Wool/Polyester

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Wool/Nylon/Other Fibres

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Wool/Polyester/Other Fibres

FABRICS

India has a rich, diverse and unique textile tradition. Weaving has been an extremely well-developed craft form in India from as early as the Indus Valley civilization. India has had strong traditions in the making, dyeing, printing, and embroidering of cloth as is evident from historical records. Most textiles are produced by twisting fibers into yarns and then knitting or weaving them into fabrics. The craftsman does most of the work by hand, but today with modern machinery and textile mills, the process has become simpler and faster than before. Indian fabrics are unique for their excellent workmanship, colors, and durability. Interestingly nowhere else will anybody wear the range of color combinations like the Indians do. Currently, we are the proud producers of :

Currently, we are the proud producers of : –

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100% wool Fabrics

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Wool/Polyamide Fabrics

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Wool/Polyester Fabrics

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Wool/Polyester/Other Fabrics

FABRICS

Indian fabrics are unique for their excellent workmanship, colors,
and durability.

FABRICS FOR APPARELS

Our Tweed Wool Coats provide both the warmth and the classy
look you need.

FABRICS FOR ACCESSORIES

The type of tweed blankets you need to have a sound sleep at
night in winters.