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Yarn is produced by spinning raw fibers of cotton or other materials to produce long strands suitable for use in the production of textiles, weaving, sewing, crocheting, knitting and embroidery.
A melange yarn is the yarn which is produced with various combinations of raw white & dyed cottons or dyed fibers. For example, if we mix 99% raw white cotton & 1% dyed cotton (of any color), then it will be called "Melange" yarn. Similarly, we can generate hundreds and hundreds of shades by mixing various percentages of Cottons with various ratios.Read More
Heather Grey Yarn
Heather Grey is the yarn which is produced with various combinations of raw white and black polyester. Considering these combinations as examples; 99% raw white cotton + 1% black polyester or 98% raw white cotton + 2% black polyester or 95% raw white cotton + 5% black polyester, many shades can be generated with different ratios of dyed polyester and in different colors. The yarns produced through these techniques are called "Heather Grey Yarns" or "Polyester Melange Yarn". Along with "Cotton Melange Yarn", our spinning unit produces 14 shades of "Heather Grey"Read More
A cotton plain yarn is the yarn which is produced by drafting the cotton fibers upto required count & then by twisting them to get the required strength upto optimum level. The yarns made through this method are called cotton plain yarn which are furthur divided into different catagories depending upon the buyer requirement & end usage like, Plain Weaving Yarns used for Warp & Weft, Plain Knitting Yarns, Hoisery Yarns, Soft Yarns etc.Read More
A yarn that differs from normal construction of single plain yarns by the way deliberately produced irregularities in its construction. These irregularities relate to an increased input of one or more of its components or to the inclusion of its periodic effects such as knots, slubs, curls or the like.Read More
Stretch yarns are frequently continuous-filament man-made yarns that are very tightly twisted producing a spiral crimp giving a springy character. Although bulk is imparted in the process, a very high amount of twist is required to produce yarn that has not only bulk, but also stretch.Read More