Friday, January 15, 2016


Sajida's sister gave her a very beautiful dupatta. The dupatta had beautiful embroidery and small mirrors stuck on it. After finishing dinner, Sajida tried to wear the dupatta in different ways.

Soon she got tired playing with the dupatta and fell asleep wearing it. She was thinking about the dupatta even in her dream. How would such a beautiful dupatta have been made?  Let us know different of clothes at  that made from different materials.
Clothing  is and has been made from many materials. Clothing is generally made of cloth. There are many different types of cloth, with different names and uses. Different types of cloth are used for different types of clothing.
Cloths are made  from the. They are made up of two types of fibers. Natural fibers  these comes from plants and animals which are available in nature. synthetic fibers these are from chemicals. these are also called man-made fibers.
Natural fibers these comes from nature. Example cotton, silk, wool etc.
Cotton comes from plant. We use cotton in summer season. They observe sweat and keep our body cool.
Silk comes from silk worm called cocoon. We wear silk clothes in rainy season. It gives a special appearances. They do not observe water. So clothes can dry without sunlight.

Woolen clothes are made from wool. Wool comes from sheep hair by shearing. We wear woolen in winter season to keep our body warm.
Synthetic fibers
As fibers manufactured from using the industrial process, synthetic fibers aren’t found in nature. Recent years have seen increased demand for synthetic fabrics such as nylon, polyester and spandex. Readily available and affordable, synthetic fabrics are integral to a wealth of clothing designs.
Some clothing is made from synthetic fibers, which are man made and generally not  biodegradable. These are made primarily from  petrochemicals.
Common man-made materials include:
Nylon is first produced in 1935. Nylon is thermoplastic silky material. It became famous from1940.It was intended to be a synthetic replacement for silk  and substituted for it in many different products after silk became scarce during World War II.
Polyesters include naturally-occurring chemicals and synthetics. Natural polyesters and a few synthetic ones are biodegradable, but most synthetic polyesters are not. Polyesters may change shape after the application of heat and are combustible at high temperatures.
Spandex (elastane) is known for its exceptional elasticity. It is stronger and more durable than rubber, its major non-synthetic competitor. It was invented in 1959 by Charles Lewis French Jr. and Taylor.
We wear clothes studied to the climate. Clothes should be clean and comfortable. Clothes protect us against heat, cold, rain, dust and insects.


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