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One of them is the spandex fiber which has captured the garment industry. Spandex is a lightweight, soft smooth synthetic fiber which has a unique elasticity.

Poly cotton — sometimes known as polycotton or poly-cotton — is a blend of natural cotton and synthetic polyester. The blend mixes cotton fibers with artificially made polyester fibers. Usually, the mix has a ratio of 65% cotton and 35% polyester.

Blending polyester with viscose gives the best of both worlds, very affordably. Polyviscose is best described as a semi-natural or semi-synthetic fibre.

Polyester Cotton Blended Yarn to our clients. These yarns are available in different colors & thickness at diminutive prices in the market. These are known for its features such as excellent finish, shrink resistance etc. Owing to their characteristics like tear resistance, longevity and skin friendliness, these yarns are used for knitting and weaving purpose in different garment industries. These are highly demanded in the market and are available at market leading prices.

Lycra is the brand name of the polyurethane or spandex fibre made by Du-pont. It is basically a grafted polymeric fibre and the speciality of the fibre is the very high extensibility (up-to 400%). Moreover, the fibre is much more costly than other fibres. Hence, garments made of 100% lycra is not very popular.

The yarn is a raw material produced from the fibres, which is used for making fabrics or textiles and later used to make different clothing's out of these fabrics. Cotton yarn is produced from a group of filament or staple fibres twisted together.

Stretch yarns are frequently continuous-filament synthetic yarns that are very tightly twisted, heat-set, and then untwisted, producing a spiral crimp giving

Texturising or texturizing is the process by which synthetic fibres are modified to change their texture - the physical appearance of the fibre. Texturising techniques can include bulking (where thermoplastic fibres are twisted, heat set and untwisted), crimping and coiling, amongst others.

Stretch fabric is usually accomplished by incorporating a small percentage of elastomeric fibres or filaments into a conventional woven or knitted textile fabric. Stretch fabric can also be achieved without elastromeric fibres by fabric construction or yarn selection.

Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fiber that grows in a boll, or protective case, around the seeds of the cotton plants of the genus Gossypium

Texturing is the formation of crimp, loops, coils, or crinkles in filaments. Such changes in the physical form of a fibre (several examples of which are shown in Figure 3) affect the behaviour and hand of fabrics made from them.