What Is the Process of Making Satin?


Satin is a silken fabric of high lustre used mainly as a dress material, Satin is weaved in a peculiar manner and afterwards upon a dressing given by rolling the fabric over heated cylinders. In satin it is the fine silk warp only that appears on the surface of the fabric. The weft is completely hidden. Instead of the warp passing under the weft every Other time, it passes over 8 to 16 wefts, then under one and over eight more, and so on.
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The process of making satin starts with weaving the satin material in a certain manner. The dressing on the satin is made after rolling the fabric over heated cylinders. The fine silk warp that appears on the surface of the satin fabric is attained by hiding the weft under the warp.
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