When we talk about denim we must refer to an icon of worship, the latest generation of fabrics and ensembles that has been born in recent seasons. It’s a garment and a fabric that could be rated off-road, as it’s perfect for almost any type of occasion. Cotton denim can be combined with various types of finishes as it gives consumers an important and wide range of possibilities.
Originally, this blue fabric was used in the manufacture of jeans. The lightness of cotton fabric made it very popular, especially when it was standardized in the late 19th century in the United States, where metal rivets were added to the pants. This increased the durability of clothing for workers in sectors like mining.
During the twentieth century, its application continued in the working tasks of thousands of workers and, with the advent of the great wars, the fabric was used in military garments and uniforms.
Denim steps for making clothes
The production process for denim clothing is standardized and most factories run it in the same way for big brands around the world. After harvesting the cotton and picking it, the fiber is separated from the seeds. Later, the fiber is spun and dyed. And finally it goes through the process of sanforized, it’s made in an industrial way to prevent the garment from cowering when washed. The fabric is ready and a few weeks later it arrives in the format of trousers, jacket, shirt, etc. to thousands of shops on five continents.
One of T2T Solutions standout products is denim, along with knitted, woven, tricot and leather.