Cotton:Polyster BlendRadhey Krishna Cotweaving
Blend – Polyester : Cotton (50:50, 65:35, 75:25, 80:20, 20:80, 25:75, 35:65*)
GSM : 100 GSM To 400 GSM*
Width : 71 cm (28” Inch) To 376 cm (148” Inch) *
Weave : Plain Weave, Twill Weave, Satin Weave, Basket Weave (Matty Weave), Drill Weave, Oxford Weave, Herringbone Weave, Duck Weave (Canvas), Leno Weave, Waffle Weave, Ripstop Weave, and other Dobby Designs*
Packaging : Roll Packing- Upto 500 Meter per roll – Flat edged air tight. *
Certification : Can be provided both in fresh (Standard Cotton & Polyester) and GRS Certified recycled Fiber (for both Polyester & Cotton) in Pre Consumable & Post Consumable fiber with end to end traceability.*
We Are GOTS Certified (Global Organic Textile Standard) and
Global Recycle Standard Certified (GRS Certified) from Control Union.
The most popular cotton blends are made of cotton and polyester. Blended textiles combine the advantages of both materials create a fabric that has the benefits of both fibers: tough, durable, breathable, soft, and affordable. Durability and form retention of polyester and the absorbency and heat conduction of cotton. Because they can be used to create a variety of products, from apparel to home goods like beds, cotton-polyester mixes are well-liked.
The quantity of each fiber component in blended fabrics determines their characteristics, allowing for a variety of applications. For example, a 65/35 polyester: cotton ratio is typically used for clothing, whereas a 50/50 ratio is utilized to generate softer, more absorbent materials for other uses.
Why Radhey Krishna Cotweaving?
Our main distinguishing feature is that we deliver the material required by the customers on time and at a very competitive price. We ensure customer satisfaction by recording their feedback on our materials on a regular basis. At the end of each month, we review all of our customers’ feedback on our products and work out how to better meet their needs in the future. Our customers’ comments and suggestions, whether positive or negative, are always welcome because they help us improve our quality and service. We believe that the customer is the backbone of our business and thus strive for complete customer satisfaction by paying special attention to each of them by our employees.
Aside from that, we are constantly aware of new trends and techniques emerging in the textile market. If there are any unique modern techniques in the textile industry, our employees immediately research on the same. If the new techniques are convenient in meeting our customers’ needs and demands, we certainly make that technique available at us, thus providing our customers with the latest material. We are also aware of the international techniques that are trending in the market in order to match our quality at an international level, and the materials manufactured by us certainly compete with them. We are constantly looking for tools and techniques that will help us provide the best service to our customers, and we have a set of tools and machineries that are currently being used by a unit of our dedicated team to manufacture each and every material with an exclusive blend. We maintain friendly relations with our old customers and will strive to do so in future dealings due to our specialized trading qualities and crystal clear business ethics.
- We test all fabrics using 4 point checking standards.
- Equiped with Sulzer, Airjet and Rapier Looms.
- On-time delivery in accordance with the terms and conditions.
- Trained and Skilled workers for the weaving unit
- The greige fabric at reasonably price.
- Use the best yarn with the highest CSP from reliable and sustainable Spinners
- Fabric analysis and design development in accordance with buyer specifications – Customized weaving solutions
Cotton and polyester fiber blends have a variety of properties that make them a popular choice for a variety of end uses, particularly clothing and bedding.
- Wrinkle resistant
- Strong and durable
- Can be ironed
- Shrinks less than pure cotton
- Retains colour
- Cheaper than 100% cotton
- Fade resistant
- Easy to sew
- Cushion covers
- Wall hangings
- Summer skirts
- Hand Towels
- Cotton Tote Bags
Dust sheet – Drop ClothCanvas Drawing Pads
Weaving & Constructions
Our key strength is standard and customized fabric constructions that fit with diverse weaves. To create remarkable qualities and visual surfaces, fabric bases of Poplins, Twills, Satins, and Oxfords are combined with an impressive collection of dobby and combination weaves.
Our cutting-edge machines and looms can create a wide range of open structures as well as compact structures.
This is the most common and long-lasting weave. This is accomplished through the simple interlacing of warp and weft threads. This weave produces very strong, long-lasting, and high-quality fabrics.
This is a variation on the previous method. Different weight warp and weft threads are used here. As a result, prominent ribs appear on the fabric in the horizontal direction.
This weave produces a stunning textile. Two or more warp threads are woven together with two or more weft threads. The over-over under-under technique is used to create the fabric, which has a matt finish and is much looser than plain weave.
One or more warp threads are woven over and under one or more weft threads repeatedly. This results in a self-designed look on the fabric. The resulting fabric is both soft and strong.
This is a twill weave variation. The warp yarn is continuous in this case. The weave produces a smooth and lustrous fabric that is also prone to snagging.
The warp threads in this weave are twisted over adjacent weft threads rather than parallel. This results in an open weave fabric that is extremely durable and strong.
In the weft direction, two thin threads are woven with two thick threads. The holes are caused by the thin yarns. This fabric is extremely fine and soft.
The fabric is woven using hand looming techniques. A single repeat is used to create intricate designs. The intricate designs are made possible by the numerous colours formed by weft and warp yarns.
This weave mimics a pinstriped weave by using a single thread that looks like a straight line.
The finished fabric resembles a honeycomb, hence the name. The weft and warp threads are interlaced in the textile to create regular small square-like ridge patterns and hollows.
This technique is used to make soft pile fabrics. They are both absorbent and insulating. Because the threads are uncut, they form surface loops. This fabric is made with ground and additional threads.
In a nutshell, this weave produces a zig-zag pattern with right and left twills appearing alternately. The resulting fabric is very strong and stable.
The loom is woven with intricate and colourful threads. These fabrics can be made of a single colour or a combination of colours, and some very intricate designs can be created. The design on the back of the fabric is a mirror image of the design on the front.
This weave features a plain weave with small geometrical patterns. This weave is created using special dobby machines. Some warp threads are raised, while others are suppressed using a dobby card. The woven fabric is smooth and fine.
This weave also necessitates a unique technique and high twist yarns.
The use of warp threads to create machine-made embroidery-like figures on fabric. The fabric resembles one that has been hand embroidered.
This weave is made by holding two fabrics together with another set of threads.
The country’s textile production dates back to the Indus Valley Civilisation, but modern textile manufacturing in India began in earnest in the first half of