Chenille Yarn has created a special appeal to designers of clothing and other textiles due to its beautiful appearance and soft texture. Chenille is a fluffy Fancy yarn that has been commercially available since the 1970s.
In the first years of commercial production, the yarn supplied to the market had qualitative and varied qualities.
Modern machines were produced in Europe and North America in 1990 to produce this yarn. The Chenille Yarn consists of two parts, a component and fluff. A braid consists of two delicate yarns, each twisted high and solid.
In the midst of the Chenille braid, short lengths of threaded straps or filament yarns are placed. The braiding of threaded braids keeps and maintains the position of the fluff component.
The braid yarns are the same short lengths of yarn that ultimately forms a velvet or fluffy thread. Chenille yarns are generally made from cotton. Acrylic, Razion and Olefin also can be used in the production of Chenille yarns.
One of the uses of these yarns is to use: a variety clothes, furnishings, blankets, rugs, and so on, which gives the product a brilliant appearance and brilliance.
The clothes and accessories made from Chenille yarns are smoother and easier to rinse, and are resistant to wear and tear and softness.
Today, Chenille is a beautiful and reliable quality thread that is well-liked by the general public.