Introduction to the history of the origin of cotton webbing

Update:08-04-2022

There are many varieties of cotton webbing sling and a wide range of uses. The South Asian subcontinent and China were the first to use cotton fibers for hand spinning and weaving. China's use of cotton for textile production originated in the South, Southwest and Northwest regions. According to legend, during the Xia Yu period, Hainan Island and the borders of Yunnan used cotton for spinning and weaving. During the Song and Yuan Dynasties, cotton was gradually promoted to the Central Plains. By the Ming Dynasty, it had been popularized all over the country, and its status in clothing materials became increasingly important.

Viscose fibers appeared in the early 20th century, and synthetic fibers came out in the 1950s, and the blended fabrics of cotton and synthetic fibers were developed, such as polyester-cotton poplin, polyester-cotton khaki, etc. Cotton production can be divided into two processes: natural color fabric and yarn-dyed fabric.

There are many varieties of cotton webbing, which are widely used in various industrial sectors such as clothing, shoe materials, luggage, industry, agriculture, military supplies, and transportation. In the 1930s, webbing was produced by hand-made webbing with exquisite pictures, and the raw materials were cotton thread and hemp thread. After the founding of the People's Republic of China, the raw materials for webbing have gradually developed to nylon, vinylon, polyester, polypropylene, spandex, viscose, etc., forming three major technologies of weaving, knitting, and knitting. The fabric structure includes plain weave, twill, satin, jacquard, Bilayer, multilayer, tubular and joint tissue.

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