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Textile

(textile)





This aritcle is about the type of fabric. Textile is also a jargon term used by naturists or nudists to describe a person who wears clothes , and also the propertythat nudity is not allowed, e.g. in "textile beach ", "textile campsite ", etc.

A textile is any kind of woven , knitted , knotted (as in macrame ) or tufted cloth , or a non-woven fabric (a cloth made of fibers that have been bonded into a fabric, e.g. felt ).

Textile also refers to the yarns , threads and wools that can be spun , woven , tufted , tied andotherwise used to manufacture cloth. The production of textiles is an ancient art, whose speed and scale of production has beenaltered almost beyond recognition by mass-production and the introduction of modern manufacturing techniques. An ancient Roman weaver would have no problem recognizing a plain weave, twill, or satin.

Many textiles have been in use for millennia, while others use artificial fibers andare recent inventions. The range of fibers has increased in the last 100 years. The first synthetics were made in the 1920s and1930s.

Commonly used natural (deriving from plant or animal) fibers and textiles include:

Some examples of artificial ( polymer -based) textiles are:

Velvet is a fabric can be made from either natural (eg, silk) or artificial (eg,rayon) fibres.

Applications of cloth

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