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With the continuous emergence of new technologies and products, fabric design, feel, and performance have improved greatly. The comfort and safety of traditional products are no longer able to satisfy the diverse needs of today's fashionable consumers; the "value-added" of fabrics is ever increasing. As the importance of renewable natural resources, and environmental protection awareness takes root in the consumer consciousness, new green, environmentally friendly fabrics are changing design concepts and style in the field of fashion.

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Classification of Current Fabrics

1. Materials

a) Fibers Natural Fibers: Cotton, hemp, silk and wool Chemical Fibers: Renewable Fibers (Viscose Cellulose, Rayon, Tencel, Cellulose Acetate), Synthetic Fibers (Polyester, Acrylic, Nylon, Polyvinyl Alcohol, Polyurethane)

b) Yarn: Spun Yarn, Textured Yarn, Composite Textured Yarn, Mixed yarn, Composite Yarn, Short Staple Yarn

2. Fabrics

a) Knitted Fabrics Warp: Flat Weave, Satin Weave, Velvet Weave Weft: Plain or Single Knit (commonly known as "Jersey"), Rib Knit (commonly known as: "Stretch fabric"), Double Rib Knit (commonly known as "cotton cloth"), Double-Faced Knit (also called "Purl Knit")

b) Woven Weave: Plain, Twill and Satin Fiber Types: Textile Fabrics, Composite Fabrics and Mixed Fabrics

c) Non-woven Fabrics