Aging of textiles is a term used to describe the deterioration of textile or other materials caused by gradual oxidation during storage and/or exposure to light. In addition wearing/washing textiles gradually tear at the fabric and dye colours, for example, denim jeans and indigo are naturally bleeding and therefore, add personality or “life” to the denim canvas. Read more..
A 3×1 twill weave piece dyed fabric, made from coarse yarns. Weights can vary from 9 ozs/sq yard up to the standard 14 ozs/sq yard. Read more..
Dips is used to describe fabric or yarn when they in dye. Indigo yarns dipped in an indigo bath usually 6 times but up to 16 times.
Dyeability is a term used to describe the ability of a fibre or textile fabric to be dyed. One of the most important properties for a textile fibre is dyeability. A range of applications to some man-made (synthetic) fibres have been, and still is, limited ability or poor dyeability. Read more..
Dyes natural – pigments derived from organic materials such as vegetables, berries, bugs, clay, indigo, and other plant extracts to dye fabric. Read more..