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Fabrics are mainly of _______ types.
A loose thread that may be found at any of the edges of cotton fabric is known as _______.
What does the yarn split up into, when we scratch it along its length?
What are the thinner strands known as?
The fibres of some fabrics such as cotton, jute, silk, and wool obtained from plants and animals are called ________.
The fibres like cotton and jute are obtained from ______.
The wool is obtained from the ______ of sheep or goat.
We can also obtain the wool fibres from the _________ of rabbits, yaks, and camels.
The silk fibre is drawn from the ________ of the silkworm.
The fibres which are made from chemical substances and are not obtained from any plants or animals are called ______.
The cotton plants are generally grown at the places having ______ soil and ______ climate.
The fruits of the cotton plants which are about the size of lemon are called ________.
What is the process of separating the fibers from cotton seeds called?
The jute fibre is obtained from the _______ of the jute plant.
During which season are the jute plants cultivated.
To make fabrics the natural fibres are firstly converted into _____.
What is the process of making yarn from fibres is known as?
A simple hand spindle used for spinning is called ________.
A spinning wheel used for spinning is called _________.
The homespun yarn is called ____.
Who among these popularised the charkha during the Independence movement of India?
The shun imported cloth was made in the mills of ______
In which year did the government of India constitute a body called Khadi and village industries commission to popularise and promote khadi.
What is the process of arranging two sets of yarns together to make fabric known as?
The weaving of fabrics is done on ______ which can either be hand or power operated.
The process of making a fabric from a single yarn is called _____.
_______ is also a plant which gives us natural fibres.
In ancient Egypt cotton and flax plants were cultivated near the river ________.
The people started stitching fabrics to make clothes after the invention of _______.
Which among these is an example of unstitched fabric?
Which among these is a synthetic fibre?
_______ is not a natural fibre.
Fabric from yarns is made by ______ and knitting.
The outer covering of coconut is known as _______.
The famous Sufi saint and poet Kabir was a ________.
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