Ancient civilisations produced cotton for fabrics in much the same way growers cultivate and harvest it now. Topping the list of the most used fabric around the world, cotton is part of our daily lives. Cotton has a variety of uses, including organic towels, shoestrings, organic cotton baby clothing, and the sheets we sleep on. Since cotton grows in the soil, it does not contain any animal products. Sheets manufactured without the addition of other fibres are 100 per cent cotton. Growers produce organic cotton without the use of toxic pesticides or fertilisers, reducing the environmental impact of cotton crops.
Our fabric are certified organic cotton usually feature a 200-thread count weave, although this can vary by clients based. The low thread count does not mean the fabrics are not soft; in fact, the 100 per cent natural threads make them comfortable and quite soft. Organic cotton fabrics are durable and fare well when washed in the automatic washer and tumble dried. Because they are a natural fabric, they become softer with each washing, Available in a wide variety of colours and patterns, organic cotton bedding is as stylish as any other. For a very high thread count, you can occasionally find Egyptian cotton fitted sheets grown and produced with organic processes.
Some of the variety of fabric we offered includes, Sheeting, Canvas, Satin, Drill, Twill, Gabardine, Herringbone and Oxford. Equipped with the most modern looms, our comapny produces fabrics in widths ranging from 160 cms to 360 cms. The process-house specialist includes high–visibility fluorescent finishes, flame retardant finishes, stain-guard, wax coating and anti-static finishes, besides dyeing and bleaching of cotton and poly cotton fabrics.