Class 6 Chemistry Fibre to Fabric Spinning

Fibre to Yarn : Spinning

  • The process of making yarn from fibres is called Spinning.
  • In this process, a large number of fibres from a cotton wool are drawn out and gently twisted such that the fibres gel together to form a yarn.
  • Devices used are takli, Charaka and modern day machines.
  • Charaka is the wheel which was popularised by Mahatma Gandhi with an intent to promote inhouse hand woven Indian cloth market.
  • After spinning, yarns are made into fabrics.

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