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Plain weave (also called tabby weave, linen weave or taffeta weave) is the most basic of three fundamental types of textile weaves (along with satin weave and twill). It is strong and hard-wearing, used for fashion and furnishing fabrics.


Prints are the printed fabrics, designs. In holds a varied range of print fabrics. The print fabrics are available in various textures and forms and can be made by screen printing or digital printing. We can make your design on request.

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Made from wild or uncultivated silkworms, it is coarse, strong, uneven, dull luster, and rather stiff. Has a rough texture with many slubs, knots, and bumps. It is ecru or tan in colour and it is difficult to bleach. It usually doesn't take an even dye color. Wears well and the looks become rougher. It wrinkles a little, but not as much as some. It has various weights, and appears in filament and staple form.

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Different sorts of sequins and beeds are applied on georgette fabrics in different patterns and styles.

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Different are made on different base fabrics, on machine embroidery looms.

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Patch Work

Different fabrics are used as layers on a particular base fabric.

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