Khadi yarn is also called Khaddar yarn. It is prepared from strands of cotton, mostly. However, they can be prepared from other natural fibres like silk or wool as well. Khadi is made from completely natural fibres of any of the above mentioned materials. The fibres are handspun to manufacture yarn using a Charkha or spinning wheel, especially in India. There are two kinds of Khadi yarn- one is the simple off white, brownish coloured variant and the other is the white Khadi yarn.
Manufacturers employ a lot of skilled workers to produce Khadi yarn. Also these manufacturers from sells this yarn at the low price. Khadi is increasingly becoming popular in India and elsewhere. There is evidence to believe that Romans used to import large supplies of Khadi muslin from Bengal. Khadi yarn, today, comes in various colours as well. The standard packaging of Khadi yarns is done in cones of 0, 10, 15, 20, 33, 40, 56, 70, 80, 100 as well as 200. The length of Khadi yarn is short, almost always being less than 50 meters. Find names and addresses of manufacturers from of Khadi yarn on Textile Infomedia and get competitive price deals from them. Khadi yarn is used to make salwar suits, kurtis for women, kurta for men, pajama etc. and they are very popular as well among the masses.
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