Yarn Dyed FabricRadhey Krishna Cotweaving
Blend: Cotton:Polyster, Polyster:Cotton
GSM : 100 GSM To 400 GSM*
Width : 71 cm (28” Inch) To 376 cm (148” Inch) *
Certification : We Provide GOTS Certification (for organic cotton content), Global Recycled Standard - GRS Certified (for recycled cotton content)
Fabric Content : Can be provided in Conventional Cotton, Organic Cotton, Pre Consumable Recycled Cotton, Post Consumed Recycled Cotton.
Packaging : Roll Packing- Upto 500 Meter per roll – Flat edged air tight. *
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*
We Are GOTS Certified (Global Organic Textile Standard) and
Global Recycle Standard Certified (GRS Certified) from Control Union.
This fabric is made of yarns that have been dyed in a variety of colours and then woven into a pattern or design. Rather than being printed on top, motifs in yarn dyed fabrics are sewn directly into the fabric, creating unique and textural fabrics. Our yarn dyed cotton fabric and yarn dyed linen fabric collections are both fantastic choices for long-lasting, breathable clothing with personality.
We provide an outstanding assortment of yarn dyed fabric to our esteemed clients. Yarn Dyed Fabric is Available in a Variety of Bright Colors and Stunning Designs. This Yarn Dyed Fabric is made of superior quality yarn and comes with a full guarantee of colour fastness even after repeated washing. Our dyes are skin-friendly, and our fabrics pass all of the required tests. We provide yarn-dyed fabric at market-leading prices.
Our unwavering research and analysis of international trends broadens the fabric selection. High quality, international performance standards are supported by design and colours that are in harmony with the weave and patterns.
Why Radhey Krishna Cotweaving?
- We own eight sizing machines and a warping machine.
- We test all fabrics using 4 and 5 point checking standards.
- New and branded Airjet and Rapier Looms.
- On-time delivery in accordance with the terms and conditions.
- Skilled workers for the weaving unit
- The grey fabric at reasonably price.
- Use the best Cotton yarn with the highest CSP.
- Fabric analysis and design development in accordance with buyer specifications.
- Yarn ranges from 4NE to 140NE
- Reduced Pollution: Yarn-dyed fabrics can reduce the amount of air and water pollution created by the traditional dyeing process. Instead of using large vats of hot water and harsh chemicals, yarn-dyed fabrics are dyed in the yarn before they are woven, using much less water and fewer chemicals.
- Lower Carbon Footprint: Yarn-dyed fabrics also require less energy to produce because the dyeing process takes place at the spinning mill, rather than at the weaving mill. This helps to reduce the overall carbon footprint of the fabric.
- Improved Quality: Yarn-dyed fabrics are often more durable and colorfast than fabrics that are dyed after they are woven. This means they will last longer and will not fade as quickly.
- Enhanced Aesthetic Appeal: Yarn-dyed fabrics can create interesting patterns and textures due to the way the different colored yarns are woven together. This can help to create a more interesting and eye-catching look.
- Reduced waste: Yarn-dyed fabrics are more resistant to fading and color bleeding, which reduces the amount of fabric that needs to be discarded due to imperfections.
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