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Creating fabrics from yarns

From yarn to fabric

Yarns are sent to a weaving plant to make fabrics. Literally, dozens of threads are spirally knitted with a circular knit machine. Naturally, this is called “circular knit.”

For example, 90 spun threads are knitted to make a plain-stitched fabric. In this process, the circular knit machine’s needles loops through threads that are set up from the top of the machine close to the ceiling. Then, the hook of the circular knit machine spirals down to create raw fabric. At this stage, all the threads are used in the process are undyed.

Next, the raw fabric is sent to the dyeing factory to add color. At this stage, it becomes a beautiful fabric by washing it, removing its impurities, and increasing its luster.

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