plied yarn

plied yarn

[′plīd ¦yärn]
(textiles)
A yarn composed of two or more strands.
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Whether you have created a single or a plied yarn, finishing the yarn is still necessary.
Hardy Poole, director of the product services division of the American Textiles Manufacturers' Institute, said, "Historically, in the United States, plied yarn counts as a single yarn, but in fabrics from offshore, labeled in their country of origin, plied yarns may be counted as two.
A variety or products are produced with emphasis on value added products like Plied Yarns, Corded Yarns, Core Spun Yarns, Slub Yarns, Compact Yarns, Organic Cotton Yarns, Poly Cotton Yarns, Modal Cotton Yarns, Rayon Cotton Yarns, Zero Twist Yarns, High RKM Yarns for industrial end use, Stretch Twills, Slub fabrics, Fine Count Sheeting etc.
A variety of products are produced with emphasis on value added products like Plied yarns, High RKM yarn for industrial end use, Bulk of the Group's sales are generated from exports.
Labeled BIF, for "built-in freshness," the towels are differentiated by a unique ribbed cuff and absorbent plied yarns in the pile.
The "BIF" towel features a unique ribbed cuff and uses absorbent plied yarns in the pile to differentiate it from other bath towels.