A Closer Look at Weaving Fabric – what goes into the material we use.
A Closer Look Into the Weaving Process
Fabrics are used in every area of our daily lives. Whether it is on upholstery, the clothes we wear, our bedding or car seats, it forms an important part of our every day lives. Cotton fabric manufacturing starts with the preparation of the yearn for weaving or knitting. As an example of the scope of the textile industry, the mills in the United States produce about eight billion square yards of woven and three billion square yards of knitted cotton goods each year.
Weaving remains the oldest method of turning yearn into fabrics. Even though technology has greatly changed the way this is done, the basic principle of interlacing yarns haven’t changed. Lengthwise yarns form the skeleton of the fabric. These normally need a higher degree of twist than the filling yarns that get interlaced lengthwise.
In the past, cloth was woven by a wooden shuttle moving horizontally back and forth across the loom, interlacing the filling yarn with the horizontal, lengthwise warp yarn. This is the basic process that cotton goes through to be turned into the fabrics that we all use and love through our every day.
Why Choose Weave It As Your Preferred Industrial Fabric Manufacturers in South Africa?
As a leading manufacturer of industrial fabrics in South Africa, Weave It produces materials used in a diverse range of applications ranging from filtration materials, safety products, curtaining and lining, as well as upholstery and clothing, to name a few. We also provide polypropylene material for dust, oil and was filtration.
Using the latest manufacturing processes and technologies, we are able to keep our prices competitive. We are also proud of our long history of service in the industry. To learn more about us, and why we are your number one choice for quality fabrics, speak to us today.