SUSTAINABLE VISCOSE FABRIC – WE CARE ABOUT FORESTS!!
The future of the world’s forests is very important – to the planet, to animals, to businesses, to all of us.
Wood – when purchased from a sustainable source – is a great raw material. It is environmentally friendly and renewable. And there are many more reasons to prefer certiﬁed wood or paper.
HOW TO READ OUR FABRIC DESCRIPTION PARAMETERS:-
For Cotton with (Drill, Duck, Plain, Twill, Voile and Satin Weave)
30 x 30 (Yarn Count) / 92 X 64 (EPI x PPI) – 63″
Value in black represents Yarn Count. The values in red represent
Thread Count (EPI x PPI).
Then the available widths are given in inches.
Yarn Count is a numerical value, which expresses the coarseness or fineness (diameter) of that yarn, in other words – thickness of yarn for making fabric.
EPI and PPI affect the compactness of the fabric. It is also known as thread count or cloth count. Normally EPI and PPI of fabric are described as EPI x PPI.
Thread Count is a number of threads in Weft and Warp per sq. an inch of fabric (warp and weft are horizontal and vertical threads running that makes a fabric). Thread counts range from as low as 20 threads per inch as used in tobacco cloth to as high as 350 threads per inch, found in typewriter ribbon fabrics.
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