Woven Fabric

Characteristics of Woven Cotton Fabrics

All yarns in woven fabrics interlace at right angles to another.

Fabric count or fabric density is the number of warp and filling yarns per square inch.

Count is written with the warp number first for example, 80x 76(read as 80 by 76); or it can be written as the total of the two numbers, 156. Count is not synonymous with yarn number.

Count is an indication of the quality of the fabric. The higher is the count, the better the quality of the fabric. Higher count may also mean less shrinkage and less raveling of seam edges

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