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Hemp fibre vs Cotton fibre

Hemp fibre vs Cotton fibre Eco-Fashion Encyclopedia


The blend is a term that applied to a yarn or a fabric made up of more than one fibre.

Cotton fibre

Cotton fibre and plant, genus Gossypium, one of the world’s most important crops, produces white fibrous bowls manufactured into a highly versatile textile.

Jute fibre

Jute fibre is the name given to the tissue found to certain plants, which grow principally in India, and the East Indian Islands. The common jute comes mainly from Bengal, the province east of India, where it was first known to science around

Twill (denim)

The term twill designates both a textile weave characterized by diagonal structural designs, and the cloth made from that weave. The weave varied to produce broken or intertwining effects. Twill fabrics are usually firm and are used especially in suits and in sport and work clothes. Read more..


Spinning is the process by which cotton, wool, flax, and other short fibre twisted together to produce yarn or thread suitable for weaving into cloth, winding into rope or cable, or used in sewing. Long, continuous fibres, such as silk, are not spun.

Ring-Spun denim

Ring-Spun denim is the fabric of the past. Ring Spun Denim is more rugged and is a less refined yarn. This yarn adds character to the denim because of the “slubs” running throughout the thread.