Standard Cotton Fabrics
Compression: a variety of simple and complex designs are known to print patterned fabrics obtained by applying to cotton woolen fabric by printing. For this purpose, various yarns are used from No. 20 to No. 36. Furthermore, fabrics made of cotton / polyester, cotton / viscose blend yarns can also be colored by printing. However, these fabrics are more commonly known as printed.

The printing is carried out on the bleached fabric by means of printing rolls, or by the use of printing frames, by superimposing the dyes according to the pattern. Recently, transfer printing technique has been developed, but this is an expensive method.

Ethane: Also known as sieve cloth, this fabric is thin and sparsely textured.

Marble shawl: It is a fabric that resembles a curtain, but is more often woven, bleached and has a soft touch. Generally 30/1 Neither yarn 23 - 25 warp / cm, 16 - 18 weft / cm. Frequently and with a weight of about 80-85 gr./m.

Patiska: Also known as Hasse, this fabric is knitted cotton, blanketed, lightweight, lingerie and a cotton fabric used for processing. The applied finish may be soft or alive with respect to the product. In very fine working patiskas 60-80 Neither weft, cm. 84-140 frequency, 56-66 Neither warp, cm. 80-100 frequency can be used. Wet patissar for daily use is applied 20-30 wrinkles and 20-36 cm welt constructions.

Vial: Thin number is a type of cotton fabric that is rarely woven from a high-twisted cotton filament yarn. 50/2 Touches at 14 frequencies in cm from the thread, or 22 frequencies in 100/2 Thread from cm. There are road, figurative and print patterns.

Jean, Denim, Denim: Denim is used as the counterpart of the Denim word in English in Turkish. Dictionary meaning: "A kind of blue garment, coarse cotton cloth, jeans" [1].
The main reason for the settlement of jeans in Turkish is that this comes from the surname of the first person who produces the jeans (original language, ing: bluejeans) in Turkey. The first Jeans production in Turkey, Muhtar Kot, a trip to France in 1940 encountered a jeans. Admired by its sturdiness and style of planting, the Great Kot decides to produce this fabric in Turkey.

When he returned to Turkey he succeeded in producing this fabric and by the year 1960 he had caught 200 productions a day. This fabric was very popular at this time especially by the peasants and workers. In 1960 they branded the KOT brand.

However, in the 80's years, that is to say the period of Özal, the doors opened with free market economics and Kot brand jeans became the second class by the foreign brands entering the domestic market. Thus, the company, which dropped its sales, stopped production in 1992 and gave it to the rent. [2]
* Jeans
The English version of Bluejeans is in Turkish. Though settled to our slice, it is used less than in jeans. In English, this type of trousers is a color commonly used in the early period of the blue and blue jeans and denim jeans produced by the common name given to the pair of jeans was formed by combining the word.

Gabardine: It is a cotton fabric which usually woven 2/1 twill weave, the sagging is predominant and the effect is steep twilight. Pants and trench coats 40/2 - 48/2 Neither warp, 20/1 - 24/1 or 40/2 - 48/2 Neither is obtained using weft threads. A quality gabardine fabric touches 75/2 Nm worsted warp, 60/2 or 80/2 Neutral cotton weft, 40 warp in cm, 35 weft loops and 2/2 twill weave. Cotton weft is a hank dyed yarn and topcoat is applied to the fabric. In a fine quality cotton gabardine, weft and warp 80/2 Neither yarn, cm. 64 warp, 30 wefts. Thick gabardines also use 30/2 yarns.

Müslin: It is a soft, thin and sparsely woven cotton fabric with braided knitting. There are also types of figurative structures made using extra yarns and roadside types made by placing compacted parts in bezai structure.

Pazen: Also known as Hasse, this fabric is knitted cotton, blanketed, lightweight, lightweight, lingerie and a cotton fabric used for processing. The applied finish may be soft or alive with respect to the product. In very fine working patiskas 60-80 Neither weft, cm. 84-140 frequency, 56-66 Neither warp, cm. 80-100 frequency can be used. Wet patissar for daily use is applied 20-30 wrinkles and 20-36 cm welt constructions.

Branda Bezi: This thick cotton fabric, also called tent cloth, is a sturdy heavy weight fabric used in the construction of tents, tents, sails and straps. It is usually woven from bijou weave, multi-layer thick yarns. The warp is usually 6 times 14 - 20 Ne yarn is used.

Gas Gland: It is a fabric which is woven less frequently in the ethmine braid.

Opal: Quilted netting, 30/1 40/1 Neither warp and 24/1 40/1 What is a type of cotton fabric woven using a weft.

Pajamas: Pajamas, shirting fabric feature

Fabric Types