Completed repair, all furniture is in its place. The house is ready to accept tenants. Stop! But what about the curtains, tablecloths, pillows, towels, blankets? Forget about the impossible. Much harder not to drown in an endless sea of textile products. To make things easier, take a small tour of the tissues. Flax is considered to be the most ancient of materials. Over 5,000 years bc, it was known in India and Pakistan, in II-III millennium bc Egypt produced linen tissue. Advantages of linen fabric – high strength, the ability to absorb moisture and rot resistance.
Linen soundly, very toes and give a relatively small shrinkage. Hemp is not usually used in its pure form, it is usually used in combination with other fibers: silk, viscose, polyester and cotton. Optimal combination of fibers of different origins gives excellent performance fabrics and physicochemical properties. From linen and blended fabrics with the addition of flax today, there is a home textiles as napkins, tablecloths, curtains, etc. It is worth to mention that textiles from pure linen fabric is typically used in a particularly festive cases, because of the complexity of care. Cotton appeared much later than flax.
Processing of cotton fiber is less complex, tissue obtained from natural cellulose fibers, represents the real ecological “Natural products”. Cotton is often used for the manufacture of textiles, especially good and easy to care for products made of cotton with the addition of synthetic fibers. Tissue derived from flax and cotton, environmentally friendly, are characterized by endurance, not afraid of sunlight. Modern technologies of spinning, the unique technology of mixed fabrics can reduce all the known propensity of these materials to creasing and shrinkage, stress their consumer-beneficial side. Silk – it is an expensive and luxurious fabrics. For many centuries China had concealed from all over the world the secrets of its production. Today, silk is produced Britain, France, Italy, Germany, Russia, the market there is both natural and artificial silk and imitation. Silk is valued for its resilience and flowing noble shine. Good fabric in drapery, holds shape well, but has Caprice – “not like” the bright sunlight, which destroys its structure.
Are made of silk bed linen, pillowcases, bedspreads. Batiste – a blended fabric that combines cotton and polyester fibers. Opaque, but well transmit light. Batiste is perfect both as a drape fabric and tulle. Jacquard fabric jacquard weaving characterized by a special type of drawing. The material is obtained with complex patterns, up to high-quality imitation hand embroidery. An important advantage of any jacquard fabric is its bilateral, and the consequent ability to use it for drapes, curtains, bedspreads, napkins, etc. Fabrics are very durable and machine washable. Jacquard fabrics, fit perfectly in any classic interior, there are natural (cotton) or made from synthetic fibers. Synthetic fabrics have been developed at the end of the xix century. Today, they are very common in combination with natural yarns, as well as individually through good environmental indicators, the absence of allergic reactions, quality factor and prostate care. Textiles Furnishings are made from synthetic fabrics, has a large circulation. Demand products from mixed fabrics of synthetic and natural fibers. Tulle is usually made of polyester, has two variety. Organza – a transparent lace fabric obtained by weaving a tightly twisted yarn boggy. Veil – a fabric of twisted yarns are not, so it is softer and less transparent organza. Tulle and its species commonly used for window decorations.