Fabric, Purpose, End-product
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Fabric, Purpose, End-product

by Kurt Russel on November 10, 2021
Fabric, Function, and End-Result
It all began with a job in a textile printing factory. Being "dumb" and having no idea what everyone was talking about made me feel inferior and agitated, so I vowed to study everything I could about the subject. (At the same time, I discovered my affinity for printed textiles.)
What exactly is fabric?

Fabric is just fiber that has been woven or knitted. According to historians, cloth was originally used thousands of years ago, and the oldest fabric fragments date back to 6500 years ago.

Fabrics were made from a variety of natural resources, primarily long fibers discovered without the need for bigger industrial operations to combine them to create fabrics. Handy people began hand weaving this together, much like craftsmen today weave bamboo wood and other barks or woods to make boxes, furniture, and mats. Jute trees are used to make jute, as well as Agave (Sisal Fibers), Hemp, and coir for a variety of applications. When poor people had to wear jute fabric because it itched, kings and queens wore only silk. Natural weaving became home production with hand weaving machines, which became more sophisticated to produce better and better products until industrial machines took over in the 1800s and gave us better and softer fabrics that could be dyed and painted by hand until we reached today's high standard of truly amazing fabrics. Many people are wearing Viscose and Polyester, Cotton and Linen, and have no idea what they are wearing. We wanted to give some insight to our items to enable our clients understand more about the products we offer. To receive the raw product, there is raw material, yarn production, weaving, or knitting. After that, solid color finishing and/or printed products with more or less chemical finishing are applied. Finishing can be done for a low cost or a high cost, and the textile fabric will feel the same. I'd like to explain the differences between yarn dyed and solid dyed fabrics, pigment printed and dyed fabrics, reactive dyeing, Nano products, and give you tips on how to use, save, and repair your garments, because we're selling fabrics that are turned into beautiful art, and we want to make sure you know everything there is to know about what's on the market, understand the price and quality differences, different production countries, and market offers that are often very difficult to understand. Also, our service is to provide you with answers to any questions you may have, so please ask and I will respond. To be honest, I don't know everything, but because I'm curious, I'll do everything I can to find out.

Here is our program, which can and will be updated if you, our customer, require information that is not currently available. We wish to discuss about simple things that anyone can learn anywhere; nevertheless, researching on the internet may take longer than reading our blog and asking your questions here so that we may answer them. Personal experiences and anecdotes can also add interest to the reading.

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Fabrics

Finishing

Production of garments

Information on the garment

We've opted to make the process interactive because our initiative is quite ambitious and will take years to complete. By interactive, we mean that we skip ahead in the presentation from our initial plan to the area you're most interested in. Then we'll launch right into the presentation and begin answering your questions, and once all of your questions have been addressed, we'll return to our running presentation structure.

WE GUARANTEE TO TRY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTION YOU MAY HAVE.

ANSWER: support@tinesdaleisurewear.com  

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