This fabric is woven with 20s carded warp and and 20s carded weft. Plain weave is used in this fabric. This fabric is almost balanced fabric. The normal constructions of this fabric are given below:
60. X 60 20s carded. X 20s carded 56/2.
60. X 56. 20s carded. X 20s carded. 56/2.
56 X 56. 20s carded. X 20s carded. 52/2.
In this sheeting fabric 30s cotton yarn in warp and weft is used. Normally, carded yarn is used in this fabric. This is almost balanced fabric. These fabrics are woven with plain weave. The most popular construction of 30s sheeting to be using in textile industry are given below:
72. X. 68. 30 s carded. X. 30s carded. 68/2.
68 X. 68 30 s carded. X 30s carded. 64/2.
68 X. 66. 30s carded. X. 30s carded. 64/2.
This is a cotton sheeting fabric which is widely used to make fitted sheets, flat sheet, quilt, duvet cover and pillow covers. This is the most popular fabric in home textiles. 40s carded, combed and combed compact cotton yarn is used in this fabric. Normally plain weave is used in this fabric. The most popular constructions to be used in this fabric are given below:
110. X. 90. / 40s. X. 40s ( 200 TC) Plain weave. 106/2
120. X 90 /. 40s. X. 40s.( 210 TC). Plain weave. 116/2
132. X 88. /. 40s X. 40s ( 220 TC). Plain weave. 126/2
132. X 72. /. 40s. X 40s ( 205 TC) Satin weave). 126/2
This is very fine superior kind of sheeting fabric. This is not a balanced fabric. 60s combed compact yarn is mostly used in this fabric. The regular constructions to be used in 60s sheeting fabric are given below:
175 x (70 × 3) /60s × 80s / satin weave/ Reed count 68/5
175 × (50×4) / 2/80s×2/80s/ satin weave / Reed count 68/5
450 TC Sheeting fabrics:
164 × (59×4) / 80s × 100s / plain weave/ Reed count 106/3
500 TC Sheeting fabric:
244 × (121 ×2) / 80s × 100s / satin weave / Reed count 96/5
600 TC sheeting fabric:
225 × ( 95 × 4) / 100 s × 100s / satin weave / Reed count 88/ 5
800 TC Sheeting fabric:
244 × ( 90 ×6 )/ 100s ×100s/ satin weave / Reed count 96/ 5
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