Different Types Of Boota Fabrics

Different Types Of Boota Fabrics

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Are you a Garment, Accessories or Home furnishings Manufacturer who wants to know about Sriram Boota, Hanuman Boota, Chawani Boota and Dollar Boota fabric? If yes, then do watch out this video till end. Hello, this is Tushar from Charu Creation Pvt Ltd, a fashion fabric company at Nehru Place, New Delhi. So friends, the names I just took does not sound to be the names of fabrics at the first impression. This is at least what I felt when I heard them for the first time. But yes, these are the names of fabrics which are widely used to make

Apparels and Home furnishings. So what are these fabrics actually. Well, these fabrics fall under the category of Textured Fabrics. A Fabric on which an effect has been applied or created besides it’s original texture is generally referred to as a Textured fabric. So in case of these boota fabrics; this Boota, the rough circular patch of yarns, is the textured effect. The initial part of the Boota is created through a particular arrangement of yarns on the loom itself when the fabric is getting woven.

Once the fabric gets off the loom, the loose hanging yarns are cut away from the fabric. Hence, the Boota comes into its form. In the industry, names are given to the Boota fabric according to the size of the Boota. A Dollar Coin sized boota is referred to as Dollar Boota. A 50 Indian Paisa Coin sized Boota is called as Chawani Boota. Similarly smaller versions of the boota fabrics are called Sriram Boota and Hanuman Boota. So friends, Boota fabrics could be made out of multiple permutations and combinations of yarns.

So the base fabric could be made of cotton yarn and the boota could be made of viscose or polyester or lurex yarns. It could be vice versa also. Friends, if you need to dye or print your Boota fabric, then you should be well aware of the types of yarns used in your boota fabric. If you are not aware, then you can harm your fabric. I will tell you why. Dyeing and Printing Processes are different for different yarns. Cotton yarn will generally get harmed even destroyed if it goes through the Dyeing and printing process of polyester.

Whereas polyester will easily pass through unaffected through the Dyeing and Printing process of cotton yarn. Boota fabric is a very interesting fabric as it allows designers to come up with different colors and finishes on the fabric with the help of different dyeing, printing and fabric finishing processes.Therefore, it is very important for you to have a discussion with your Dyer or Printer before processing the Boota fabric.

Friends, to view our collection of Boota Fabrics, click on the link given in the description of the video. Friends, I hope that products made out of our fabric collection would have a positive impact in your life. For any enquiry regarding fabrics, you may call us at +91-9971106200 or email us at charu@charu.org.in. If you find this information useful, please subscribe to this Youtube channel to get more useful information. Thanks

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