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Khadi:The Pride of India
Khadi is a symbol of revolution and resistance but part of an Indian identity. Nowadays handmade quality of khadi clothing, khadi garments, Khadi Clothes become a fashion statement. Many Khadi
GST: Not fibre-neutral
Consulting firm Wazir Advisors has conducted a detailed study on the impact on selling price and taxes paid to the government before and after GST. Sumit Parmar of Wazir looks at the complete textile
A Synopsis of Dexterity and Skills of Chirala Cluster
Article By Fibre2fashion On Synopsis Of Dexterity And Skills Of Chirala Cluster, The Products Of The Chirala Cluster Are Sarees, Dress Material, Real Madras Handkerchiefs, Lungies, Shritings,
A Study on Abrasion Resistance of Khadi
Abrasion Resistance of Khadi Fabrics: Khadi is handspun and handwoven fabrics made of cotton, silk, wool and mixture of man made fibres. Abrasion resistance of Khadi fabrics depends to a considerable
Dyeing of Polyester with Natural Dyes
Dyeing Of Polyester With Natural Dyes, Natural Dyes Are Used For Colouration Of Textile, Food, Drugs And Cosmetics, Natural Dyes Are Mostly Used To Dye Natural Fibres Like, Cotton, Wool, Silk, Jute
Redefining Khadi by Embellishment with Ribbon Work
Article By Rena Mehta, Redefining Khadi By Embellishment With Ribbon Work, To Develop Design On Khadi Fabric Embellished With Ribbon Technology, Majority Of The Respondents Liked To Wear Khadi
Bamboo Fabric: Better Than Hemp
Article By Pat Munro On Bamboo Fabric That Are Natural, Organic Fabrics Are Very Popular, Bamboo Fabric Is Made From The Pulp Of The Bamboo Grass, It Is A Sustainable Fiber Because The Bamboo Plant Is
Usage of Yarn in T-Shirts
T-Shirts As A Piece Of Clothing Without Buttons, Was Originally Very Popular In The U.S, Where The U.S. Navy During Or After The Spanish-American War. The Crew Neck, Short-Sleeved Shirt And White
Plant and animal fibres
Plant and animal fibres - This article mainly aims at studying plant and animal fibres, Learn how Fibres like, Cotton, Linen, Jute, Silk, Corn, Wool, Spider, Coir, Yak Fibre used in the textile
New Vistas in Weaving Trends
Article By S. Aishwariya, New Vistas In Trendy Weaving, Art Of Swifting The Warp & Weft In A Precised And Systematic Manner Called Weaving, India And Its Weaving History Dates Back To The
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