Polyester Air Textured Slub Yarn
When it is heated to 95-970C for 10-15 minutes, it softens the sericin.In the past, there were problems with the efficiency of the reeling machine. For example, the power consumption was too high and there was a lot of noise. Moreover, there were huge amounts of silk waste generated.This problem was solved by the present invention. The present invention is a simple, low-cost Tasar silk yarn reeling machine that produces untwisted reeled silk yarn.This technique is especially useful for the designer in you. It helps the fabric to retain its shape and improves the overall quality of the piece.When using this technique, you will need to use a good spray bottle and a few pins. You will need to lay out your fabric on a blocking board and spray it until it is damp. Once you are done, you will need to remove the pins.Luckily, it is not a complicated process. Unless you are experimenting with a new type of yarn, you probably don't have to do much to get the most from this technique.Silk yarn is a type of fibre, usually made from mulberry silk. It's a beautiful fabric with a luxurious look. However, silk is a delicate material that can be damaged by harsh chemical detergents. So, it's important to know the right way to clean it.
One of the best ways to clean a silk item is by hand. Hand washing can be done by adding a bit of special detergent. You can also wash it in your machine, but do so with caution.The water should be cool and tepid. You don't want to ruin a good quality silk garment by using hot water. Also, it's not a good idea to use strong bleaches on delicate fibers. Instead, a mild, silicone-free shampoo without conditioner is a better option.It's also a good idea to rinse your silk garment thoroughly. After you've rinsed it, you can dry it hanging or on a mesh dryer. If you're drying it in a dryer, you'll want to use a gentle spin cycle.You can use a variety of dyes on silk yarn. However, there are a few important factors to consider before you start.
These include the type of fiber you're dyeing, the type of dye you're using, and the method of application. The length of time you'll need to dye your fabric, along with the temperature of the water, are also important.When you're dyeing a protein fiber, like silk, it's important to choose a dye that is easy to apply. It's also a good idea to choose a non-toxic dye. If you're planning to use your silk in a washable garment, you'll want to make sure the dye is a wash-safe one.Fiber-reactive dyes are ideal for silk. Using these types of dyes will help you to achieve a variety of shades. Some types of these dyes are made specifically for cotton, and others are made for other types of protein fibers.