A variety of products like Melange, Organic, Blended and Dyed Yarn contribute towards making Winsome Yarns one of the largest North Indian exporters of cotton yarn to quality markets in Europe, Australia, America, Asia, and Africa. Winsome Yarns has well-established plants equipped with the latest machines and technology, offering a range of quality products and a variety of designs.
Cashmere: is the finest and lightest among all animal fibers. It is obtained from goats and is one of the most insulating fibers available. Cashmere offers exceptional warmth which is almost twice as much of regular wool.
Cotton: is a soft, light, highly absorbent and breathable natural fiber obtained from plants. Cotton is the most widely used fiber in the textile industry. It has a multitude of applications in knitwear, woven, terry, towel, medical textiles, and protective wear among others.
Wool: is an animal fiber obtained from sheep, goats, rabbits, and camels. It is a highly insulating fiber usually used to make sweaters, blankets, carpets, and upholstery among other textile products.
Bamboo: is an antibacterial regenerated cellulosic fiber obtained from Bamboo pulp. It is widely used in knitting, terry, towel and the home-furnishing industry.
Bamboo Charcoal: is produced from charcoal obtained from Bamboo plants by heating it at a temperature of 800-1200 degrees Celsius. It has a deodorizing ability, moisture regulation property, superior absorption, anti-pilling and antimicrobial properties. It is used in the terry towel industry, sportswear, socks, curtains, bed linens and other household goods manufacturing industries.
Modal: is wood pulp based regenerated fiber which has high wet modulus as compared to viscose fiber which is obtained from Beech trees. Textile products made from modal fiber are very soft, lustrous and less prone to shrinkage. It is used in a wide range of textile Industries like knitwear, inner wear /undergarments, towels, bed linens, and home furnishing.
Linen: is a natural fiber extracted from Flax plants. Linen is very strong, highly absorbent, pilling resistant and dry faster than cotton. It is widely used in knitwear, woven, home furnishing, bed linens, and the terry towel industry.
Silk: is a natural protein fiber obtained from silkworm through the process called sericulture. It has a luxurious hand-feel, excellent drape, wonderful luster, is hydrophilic, strong, and lightweight. It is used in the luxurious segment in the textile industry as it is expensive.
Soya: is a kind of regenerated plant protein fiber made from soybean cakes. It is strong, smooth, lightweight, lustrous, anti creasing, and easy to dye. It is used in sportswear, sleepwear, children & infant clothing, bed sheets, and the towel & blanket industry.
Acrylic: is a synthetic fiber made from a polymer called polyacrylonitrile. It is warm, lightweight, soft, easy to wash, resistant to moths and chemicals, and also dries quickly. It is widely used for sweaters, athletic wear, blankets, tracksuits, upholstery and in the carpet industry.
Polyester: is a synthetic fiber commonly used in textile and other industries as it is, or blended with other fibers. It is strong, lightweight and can be easily dyed. It is widely used to make knitwear, woven, sportswear, and technical textiles like bulletproof and fire retardant products.
Nylon: is a synthetic fiber made of polymers called poly-amides. It is very commonly used to make a variety of different types of apparel and consumer goods.
Viscose: is a regenerated fiber obtained primarily from wood pulp. Viscose fiber is soft, smooth, cool, comfortable, has good drape and is highly absorbent. It is widely used to make textile products like shirts, jackets, suits, ties, hats, socks, non-woven products, medical textile products, and terry towels.
Blended: products consist of different fibers mixed together to enhance the performance of the end product depending on features like feel, technical performance, economical perspective, alternative product, and enhancement of the texture and physical appearance.
Triblend: are the products which are a mix of three fibers to improve the performance of the end product i.e. to improve feel, texture, technical performance, luster, comfort, drape etc.
Dyeing: is the process of coloring an object into desired colors. In textiles, products like fibers, yarns, fabrics, and garments can all be dyed into different colors depending on their properties and nature.
Ready-to-dye Melange: are special yarns which give a melange effect when dyed. We can achieve different effects like jaspe, neppy, and injection after dyeing these special effect yarns. The benefits of these kinds of yarns are flexibility in colors, reduction in lead time, etc.
Melange: is a blend of two or more colored fibers used to develop various shades and effects in the end product. These trendy yarns offer the end product a heather look unlike a solid finish in regular dyed products.
Raw White: is the natural color of fiber which can be spun into yarn and further knitted or weaved to make raw fabrics.These are free from any treatment and raw/natural in color but rarely used as it is. Raw fibers are often dyed for making melange or dyed yarn and fabric.
Sparkling yarns have a hairy and metallic texture on the surface.These yarns are made with polyester fiber blends. They look similar to metallic yarns but have a soft feel unlike metallic yarns.
Injection is a specialized yarn made with two materials. One is used as base or parent yarn and the second one is the injection yarn. The length and diameter of injection yarns can vary as per requirements.
Neppy yarns are those in which reinforced areas known as neps are spread at specific intervals in the yarn to give a dotted effect to the end product. Neps are easily dye-able into different colors due to the nature of the product.
Siro yarns are a blend of two different kinds of fibers one over the other. This effect looks similar to jaspe melange after dyeing. It is widely used in knits as well as woven garments.
Slub is an effect in which thick/ thin textures are inserted into the yarns intentionally to show in the end product.
Siro Slub is a combination of siro and slub effects.
Jaspe yarns contain a blend of two colors in patterns.These are single yarns but look like double yarns of different colors.
Grindle these are doubled yarns twisted on a TFO machine. These yarns are widely used in sweater knitting.
Snow yarn has a streaky effect on the fabric. Unlike slub, streaks are of irregular length and diameter, giving an unconventional effect to the fabric or end product.
Fairtrade cotton is produced without using harmful pesticides, child labour, or forced labour. It ensures the workers in cotton fields receive fair wages and proper working conditions. Fairtrade sets social, economic and environmental standards for both companies and workers to comply with.
Recycled products are produced by converting waste materials into new materials. It is an alternative to conventional waste disposal that saves materials and helps lower greenhouse gas emissions and the impact on the environment. It is one of the great steps towards sustainability as it can reduce waste and reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, thereby reducing energy usage, air pollution, and water pollution.
BCI stands for ''Better Cotton Initiative''. It is the largest cotton sustainability program in the world that promotes better standards in cotton farming and practices. BCI farmers receive training on how to use water efficiently and reduce the use of synthetic fertilizers to achieve good quality and quantity of cotton crop to further increase their income.
Organic cotton is generally defined as cotton that is grown organically from non-genetically modified plants without the use of any synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. Reduction in the use of synthetic chemicals during cotton cultivation reduces air pollution,improves the farmers health and income, and makes the soil more fertile. As a result, consumers get a healthy end product.
Weaving is a method of textile production in which two or more threads (warp and weft) are interlaced at right angles to produce fabrics. Woven fabrics are majorly used for suits, shirts, bed linens, and the home furnishing industry.
Knitting is a method of textile production through an interloping process of courses and wales to form knitted fabric. Knitted fabric is widely used in the production of various garments like t-shirts, bottom wear, sportswear, innerwear etc.
Compact spinning is a process where the fiber strands drawn by a drafting system are condensed before twisting them, leading to less hairy yarns. It is widely used for bed linens, knitting, and weaving due to better efficiency in processing and a high-quality end product.