What kind of fabric is Roman cotton? What are the advantages and disadvantages of Roman cotton fabric?
Pictures of Roman cotton fabrics. Roman cotton is the name of a fabric blended with natural combed cotton and elastic invisible cellulose. It is a unique Italian textile technology product that uses high-end technology. It made its debut at Fashion Week in Rome. Later, it caused an uproar in the fashion industry and attracted much attention because of its unique stretch and light-shielding technology, so it was called Roman pearl cotton. Because it has special requirements for processing technology, it is currently only used by high-end brands.
1. Production process of clothing materials
Fiber → yarn → fabric (cloth) → finishing → performance
2. Natural fibers
Cotton: India began to use cotton in 3000 BC.
Hemp: Egypt began to use hemp to weave cloth in 5000 BC. Ramie is also known as Chinese grass.
Silk: my country began to use silk to make clothes in 2600 BC.
Silk Road In 138 BC, Zhang Qian, an outstanding diplomat of the Han Dynasty, went on a mission to the Western Regions. After that, from the mainland, The land route to the Western Regions was even smoother. At that time, there were two main roads leading to the Western Regions, from the north to the south: the southern one went out of Yumen Pass (today’s west of Dunhuang, Gansu), passed through ancient Loulan (in today’s Ruoqiang, Xinjiang), and then to Hotan and Shache in Xinjiang. Heading north to present-day Kashgar, Xinjiang. From Shule to the west, you can reach the Fergana Basin in present-day Uzbek Republic. A road out of Yumen Pass in the north passes through present-day Turpan, Xinjiang, east of present-day Kuqa, Xinjiang, and reaches Fergana Basin in present-day Uzbek Republic. Basin. The north and south roads meet, and then pass through Bukhara to Iran. From Iran to the west, you can lead to Iraq and the Roman Empire.