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 JTST  Vol.5 No.1 , February 2019
Development of Double Cloth Structure to Facilitate Versatile Application of Denim Fabric
Abstract: Denim is the most popular dress material to any age of people. Day by day its demand increasing swiftly because of western life and fashion has been accelerated with the trends of casualization across the globe. Nowadays, the present structure of denim (regular, stretch) cannot cover the versatile field of human needs owing to its comfort and stiffness problem. So it is very important to diversification of denim fabrics according to the customers demand and also acquisition the consumer. The main goal of the study is to develop double cloth structure in denim using 30s/1 and 20s/1 cotton (CW) yarn by some selected structures. Moreover, it will create new era by promoting versatility keeping with comfort factors. Here, some denim fabric has been manufactured by using double cloth structure that will give versatility and it affects thermo-physiological comfort. The warmth of a fabric has been found due to the trapping air into the structure and such applications like top garments, baby and kids wear, jacket, coat, cloth for winter season etc. Eventually, the samples have been tested and compared with regular denim on the basis of visual appearance, GSM, tensile strength, shrinkage and stiffness. The developed samples provided satisfactory level compared to regular. Most importantly, findings come due to dissipation the yarn into two layers along with finer count rather than regular denim.
Cite this paper: Alam, R. , Islam, T. , Haider, A. , Haque, N. , Islam, J. and Zakaria, M. (2019) Development of Double Cloth Structure to Facilitate Versatile Application of Denim Fabric. Journal of Textile Science and Technology, 5, 19-26. doi: 10.4236/jtst.2019.51002.
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