In response to getting more stretch and elasticity from 100% cotton fibers as woven fabric not made from lycra or spandex yarns and so on. In this survey, the researcher examines the relationship between different spinning methods for Egyptian cotton using twill fabric structure under a variety of weave factors on different weft densities to study the stretch and recovery from cotton fiber. The dependencies of the weft yarn spinning method and weft density were established. The effect of weave structure was determined. It founded that stress on the yarn will relax as a function of time due to the viscoelastic character of textile materials.The maximum wanted stretch direction will be limited to jamming in the anther direction. The max elasticity rate we get by increasing weft per cm for combed cotton but max resilience we can get at minimum weft per cm for carded cotton, Both max (elasticity& resilience) rates at same average float.The woven samples presented in this paper share three common design goals: low cost, stretchability, and long-running by comparing with their peers.
El-Tantawi, Ahmed Ramadan Abd El Hamid Mohammed
"Methods of increasing the stretchiness of cotton fabrics,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 11:
3, Article 23.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol11/iss3/23