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In everyday life people very often uses the word “textile”, having in view a fabric consisting of soft fibers that, in turn, a special method interwoven on looms. This concept came from the depth of centuries and from the beginning in Latin, it sounded like “textere" (literal translation - the intertwining or braiding). This is what underlies the creation of all kinds of paintings from textiles.

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textiles

the Yarn used for knitting and weaving of textiles, is always divided into 2-ve categories:

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  • of vegetable origin;
  • animal.

In the 21 St. there were also artificial, mineral, and fiber modified, but we will talk about natural fibers.

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textiles of animal origin

speaking about the textiles that were created from fibers of animals, then this would not have happened without the help of goats, rabbits, ove, camels and other animals that can give very thick coat. Sheared off with spinning wheels worth (and now with specials. devices) transformerait wool into strong thread, which then leaves the material for sewing casual wear. The resulting fabric is very warm, soft and durable. Natural animal fibers include silk and fur.

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textiles of vegetable origin

the Most famous in the world by the representatives of the textiles of vegetable origin are cotton. In addition to such fibers include derivatives, Abaca, straw, jute and other plants.

Cotton is the most common vegetable fabrics with areas of growth. Today, this plant can be found virtually on every inhabited continent. From the white substance that covers the seeds, make thin thread, creasing the Foundation of different fabrics (technical, clothes, and decorative hanging).

And textiles from flax think 1 of the oldest varieties of fabric in the whole world. Flax was common on the planet a couple of millennia ago. It is breathable, perfectly absorbs moisture and does not cause allergies.

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