Tag Archives: COTTON UNUSED HOSIERY
5 Outfits that prove plus-size women can wear oversized trends

Oversized fashion trends for plus-size women: Yes you can! When the editors at SheKnows.com asked me to cover the “oversized” trend I immediately wanted to run for the wind. As a plus-size woman I think it has been ingrained in me to never add weight through clothing and to always choose clothes that are “flattering.” […]

Cotton Clothes That Offer Protection Are Better In Summer

While it is important to look your stylish best in the heat – protection from the sun’s harmful UV (ultraviolet) rays should be a priority. Clothing is the most basic form of protection against the sun. The more skin covered – the better. Long pants cover better than shorts. Long sleeved shirts are better than […]

Desert Southwest Cotton

The arid landscape of the Great Chihuahuan Desert, which encompasses parts of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico, is capped by a breathtakingly blue sky that, except for late summer, is seldom populated with more than a few drifting clouds. The countryside extends for miles in every direction and seems lifeless. The vast desert […]

RAW COTTON

      Raw Cotton Raw cotton (gin output) contains cotton fiber along with small plant parts and field trash that are not removed by the ginning process. At this stage, the cotton fiber has a coating of oils and waxes that make it hydrophobic. Raw fiber is suitable for making nonwovens to be used […]

Cotton Fibre and plant

Cotton is one of the world’s leading agricultural crops, is plentiful and economically produced, making cotton products relatively inexpensive. The fibres can be made into a wide variety of fabrics ranging from lightweight voiles and laces to heavy sailcloths and thick-piled velveteens, suitable for a great variety of wearing apparel, home furnishings, and industrial uses. Cotton […]

Choose Organic Cotton For Cleaner, Eco-friendly Clothing

  Cotton is ultimate symbol of everything a fabric should be: pure, natural, soft. But it turns out that conventional cotton, which is what most kids’ clothing is made of, is considered the world’s dirtiest crop. Cotton farming occurs on just 2.5 percent of the globe’s cultivated land but uses 16 percent of the world’s […]

Types of Cotton Thread

  Cotton is the thread of choice for many seamstresses because of its softness, durability, flexibility and the nearly endless rainbow of colors available. Because there are so many different types of thread on the market these days, choosing the best thread can be a bewildering task. The choice of cotton thread depends on the […]

COTTON BAGS

COTTON BAGS when we compare with synthetic bags used by many of us.         1.It is organic and less pollution is generated while making cotton bags. 2.Many people will get continuous jobs as no heavy machinery is used in stitching the bags or in making cotton cloth by weavers. We can save power and […]

5 hints for washing cotton clothes to keep them pristine

It’s easy to make cotton clothes last longer with a little bit of care.To keep yours pristine, here arefive hints for washing cotton clothes you should know. Cotton is a common fabric source for towels, sheets, lingerie and almost every kind of apparel. Before you wash a garment, always check the manufacturer’s care label for […]

Cotton waste becomes important raw material for textile mills

Cotton waste, which was exported at a very low rate two decades ago, is now an important raw material for hygienic hospital products, wipers and dishcloth, mope rope, floor cleaning mops, towels and woven fabric that are all exported at much higher value. “Many textile mills are now establishing recycling plants to reuse the cotton […]