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Fabrics,it is contrary to appearances a very interesting topic :)
We will share with you some interesting facts,but not only.
We will try to share our experience.
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What is the dollar (USD) made of? From paper? Not exactly…
– Us banknotes are printed on paper consisting of approximately 75 % cotton and 25 % flax. These are the most long-term banknotes in the world.
The good old ones are: violin, wine and…
Flax is probably the oldest fabric in the world. His story began in Syria about 7,500 years before Christ. Later, it spread to Egypt, where it was widely used from mumification to sandals.
Red carpet and highway….
About 1 km of motorway is used. 30 km of geotextiles, which significantly improve the quality of buildings and reduce the cost of road construction. In construction, for example, traditional reinforcing reinforced concrete is replaced by a much more permanent and better textibet.
The tension is rising…
American scientists have created clothing that generates tension and can be used, for example, to power everyday devices such as a mobile phone. For the production of such clothes, a special material is used made of properly crafted textile fibers, covered with zinc oxide nanofruit.
Fabric on the couch that charges the batteries… Unfortunately, this fabric is not waterproof, and the operation of this material consists in converting the movement of the wearer to electric current. According to scientists, a square meter of this material can produce power of 80 milliwatts.
Mohair… something tells you? :)
There are two breeds of goats, from which bristles are obtained mohair -Angorian goat and Soviet woolly goat. The biggest characteristic of these goats is their very delicate, curly hair cover (so-called mohair). Made of goat bristles, the fabric is durable, non-flammable, very flexible, resistant to crease and stretching.
Kashmir and… goats again :)
Goat fur fibers are in fact hair, this is a characteristic feature that distinguishes them from sheep’s wool (hair has a hollow core – wool does not). Kashmir has been produced in Nepal and Kashmir (a region in India) for thousands of years.
and exactly Damask. Nto the jacquard fabric family. Most often it is silk material (as well as linen), double-sided. Known since the Middle Ages, Adamaszek originated in China, but was named after the city of Damascus in Syria, where it was produced from the 7th-11th centuries. Flaxseed was made in the 16th and 17th centuries in Flanders and the Netherlands, and in the 18th century also in Saxony and Silesia. Silk canopy was used for sewing expensive clothes or liturgical robes, as well as for covering furniture and walls. Table linen and bed linen were sewn from linen.
Real organic leather is only one and is called…
moleskin. It is a 100% cotton fabric that names the skin. It has satatic weave, is thick and strong, but soft and pleasant to the touch. Thanks to its structure, it is similar to velvet. Its important feature is that it is difficult to make. Moleskin comes in a thinner and thicker version. The first (called English leather) is used to make clothing. Thicker moleskin (so-called German leather) is used for the production of automotive bumps. This fabric also appears as a bookbinding canvas.