Breaking tenacity is the term used to describe the tensile stress at rupture of a fibre, yarn, cord, or filament, expressed as the following: Newton per Denier or Tex measured in gram or force.
Cross-section. Cotton yarns and fabrics can be given a lustrous sheen by altering the cross-sectional shape of the cotton fibres.
Denier is a term used to describe a unit of weight per unit of length of any linear material.
After size, fibre length is the essential property of fibre. Fibre length is critical in the processing of fibres and yarns and the translation of threads strength to yarn strength.
FILAMENT AND STAPLE FIBRE ILLUSTRATION
Pineapple fibre is a fruit and belongs in a group of natural fibre, see the Textile fibre overview of different textures from human-made to natural fibres. Piña is a durable white or creamy cobweb-like fibre drawn from tall leaves of an indigenous pineapple plant. The thread is hand stripped from the stalks in lengths of about 18 inches to 3 feet, sun-bleached, hand-knotted and spun.
Silk is the filament secreted by the silkworm when spinning its cocoon And the name for the threads, yarns, and fabrics made from the commercial silks products the cultivated silkworm, Bombyx mori, which feeds exclusively on the leaves of certain varieties of mulberry trees
The texture is a term used to describe structural surface quality. It describes various effects, of a fabric. Such as dull, fine, coarse, stiff, soft, woolly, lustrous or the way it is woven open or closed