What Is Algodon Fabric?


Algodon fabric is just the Spanish word for cotton. Cotton originated in Peru and was cultivated around 4200 BC. The Algodon/Cotton has long, thick fibers that are ideal for soft-spun yarns. Various variety’s come in natural colors that do not fade from washing or exposure to sunlight.
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Algodon is the Spanish translation for cotton referring to both the plant and the produce. Thus, algodon can be said to be fabric made from cotton thread. The ...
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