Clothing Fabric

Clothing fabric plays a huge role in our day to day life. We all want to look nice and try to stay up to date with the latest fashions. Clothing is also needed to protect ourselves. Over the centuries a huge number of clothing fabrics have been found to be both useful and necessary.

Types of Clothing Fabrics

Fabrics can be classified based on the origin of fibers and its processes or its end usage.

Fabrics are manufactured from various fibers which are available from nature or made by humans or blend of both.

Natural fibers are all fibers with a natural origin. Cotton accounts for the largest percentage of this category. Natural fabric is the best choice for everyone. Cotton, Silk, Linen, Wool, Leather, Ramie, Hemp, Jute, etc. are examples for fabric produced using natural fibers.

Synthetic or man-made fabrics are made from fibers produced industrially using chemical processes. Synthetic fabrics have numerous properties with the purpose for which it is produced and finished. Acetate, Chiffon, Organza, Nylon, Velvet, Polyester, Denim, Rayon, Georgette, etc. are examples for fabric produced using man-made fibers.

Our Fabric

Hayleys Fabric produces fabric using natural fibers, such as cotton, regenerated cellulose fibers such as viscose, modal, micro modal, tencel, and synthetic fibers such as wool, cashmere and silk. We are capable of blending any type of yarn to create novel weft-knit fabrics to suit our customer requirements.

Our product range includes Single Jersey, Interlock, Pique, Rib, Fleece, Polar Fleece, Jacquard and Flat Knits. We provide a range of value additions to fabric, such as Printing, Brushing, Sueding, Tumbling, Combing, Bio-polish (enzyme), Limit stretch ability (resination), Moisture management, and Antibacterial finishes to give our fabric the appliance and functionality our customers require.

We launched our own branded fabric – inno, in 2014, a key milestone for the company as we mature from a manufacturer to an inventor.

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