Category «Knitting & Dyeing Development»

The Ultimate Guide to Knitting, Dyeing, and Finishing CVC 60%+40% French Terry Fabric

CVC 60%+40% French Terry Fabric

In present days we normally use 100% cotton or wool french terry fabric. Here I am discussing CVC 60%+40% French Terry Fabric. This is to achieve higher durability and strength with the same smoothness and softness. The French terry (CVC 60%+40%) fabric is often used for luxurious warmth, softness, and durability. It’s made of a …

Unlocking the Secrets of Single Jersey Fabric: Yarn Count, GSM Chart, and Expert Tips for Fashionable Apparel


Single jersey fabric is the most commonly used fabric all over the world. Single jersey fabric can be made from different fibers like 100%cotton, CVC, PC,100% polyester, viscose, rayon, linen, wool, or any other fiber. So that the yarn count and gsm will be different from each other. Single jersey fabric yarn count and gsm …

Dyeing Of Nylon (Black) With Acid Dyes Complete Practical Experiment

dyeing of nylon

The dyeing of nylon is a special case in textile trends. Nylon fabric is used as an alternative to silk or hemp. Nylon is a reported member of its synthetic family. The dyeing of nylon with acid dyes is the most used practice in the textile industry. Yes, we are on right track to knowing …

100% Cotton Fabric Knitting Dyeing Process (Reactive dye), Practical Documentation 2023

cotton fabric knitting dyeing process

Cotton is the most popular useable fiber in the world. Here we discuss the 100% cotton fabric knitting dyeing process, dyeing process with reactive dye, finishing process, and flow chart of knitting, dyeing, and finishing process with complete practical documentation which I did recently. Dyeing cotton fabric at home is also a common practice in …

Tencel Cotton Blend Fabric Knitting And Dyeing With A Practical Experiment Full Data 2023

tencil cotton blend fabric

Great || Cotton is a cellulose fiber and Tencel is a regenerated cellulose fiber. So Tencel cotton blend fabric is cellulosic. So that the characteristics of these two fibers are a little bit similar, this fabric is specially designed for undergarments and sportswear with better comfort. Basic properties of cotton: Basic properties of Tencel: So …

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