Fabric code: 1J EO 036-14
100%Cotton pressure rapid dyeing + washed denim woven fabric
Finish: pressure rapid dyeing + washed
Denim is a playground where the denim artists of the world play and let loose their imaginations on this ever changing canvas of the most beautiful fabric devised.
What Is Denim?
Denim is made from tightly woven fabric that usually comes from cotton warp yarn and white cotton filling yarn.
The filling yarns are stretched across the width of the fabric and interlaced at 90-degree angles with warp yarns, which are also stretched the length of the fabric.
This creates an interwoven pattern of diagonal lines called “twill weave.”
There are two kinds of twill weaves: left hand twill, which is softer and runs diagonally from right to left, and right hand twill, which is softer and runs diagonally from right to left, and right hand twill, which runs diagonally from left to right and is flatter and smoother.
Where It Gets Its Name?
A common theory about the origin of the word “denim” is that the fabric was originally created in the Middle Ages in Nîmes, France, under the name “serge de Nîmes”.
The name was later shortened to “denim” when it reached the U.S. in the 1800s.
Why It Is Usually Blue?
Denim is usually dyed the color blue just like the original versions of jeans, which were created for workmen.
Those jeans were traditionally dyed with indigo, which was known as the most significant natural dye and associated with practical fabrics and work clothing.
New colors were introduced to denim fabrics in the 19th century when synthetic dyes were created.
Usage:these products can be used for making garments, bags, shoes, packages, toys and so on.
Wash Methods- Enzyme Wash/Stone Wash/Bleach Wash...etc.
Packaging Detail: Double poly bags inner packaging and standard paper cardboard tube.
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