Most often known as the Greek god of the Sea, Poseidon is also the husband of the earth. This style unites both meanings as it transforms ocean waste plastics into a substantial wool-like fabric featuring the rich earthy tones of traditional tweed.
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Fiber that has been dyed before being spun into yarn.
A yarn is created when two or more staple fibers are blended and spun into yarn or when two or more single-fiber yarns are woven together to form a fabric. Fibers are often blended to achieve desired performance characteristics.
Yarn manufacturing is a sequence of processes that convert fiber into yarn suitable including Spun Yarn Manufacturing, Yarn Texturing and Novelty Yarn Manufacturing.
A quantity of textile fiber, yarn, or woven goods dyed in one production run. Lot size can vary greatly depending on the mill or finishing plant’s dyeing processes and equipment.
The process in which yarns are wound, parallel onto a warp beam.
The term used to describe the structure created through the interlacing of a warp and weft. Three basic weave structures are created: plain, twill and satin. All other weaves, no matter how intricate, are derived from these three structures.
A fabric produced by continuous interlooping of one or more yarns. Specialty knitted fabrics are mostly used for casements and upholstery.
Fabric that has been dyed in piece form after weaving, as opposed to dyeing in yarn form or stock dyeing piled yarn: A yarn formed by twisting together two or more single yarns.
Any processes or treatments applied to a material to alter or change the look, feel, or performance. Some examples are calendering, coatings, embossing, fire resistance, heat treatments, laminations, moisture barriers, soil and stain repellents, washing, and ultraviolet protection.