The fibers that become cotton can be obtained from the hollyhock family plant called cotton. After blooming beautiful flowers, the fruit matures and dries up, causing white fibers to overflow (cotton balls). The raw cotton is harvested, unraveled at spinning factories, and made into sheet shapes. It is then stretched into cord-like slivers and twisted into yarn with the necessary twists for the desired thickness.

Next, the warp and weft threads are crossed according to a certain weave pattern to create a fabric. The texture and feel of the fabric are greatly affected by the strength of the yarn twist and the length of the fibers. Based on years of experience and knowledge, we select fabrics that are suitable for each purpose and produce the optimal product.




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