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  • Environmental Protection

    Environmental Protection

    ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Green environmental protection has become a global consensus. Words such as “sustainable”, “environmentally friendly”, “biodegradable”, “zero waste”, “renewable”, “organic”, and “reusable”...
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  • The 133rd Canton Fair- Leebol Garment

    The 133rd Canton Fair- Leebol Garment

    The Canton Fair is a comprehensive international trade event with a large scale, a variety of varieties, and a large number of merchants, which promotes product exports. The exhibitors, exhibit layout and transaction scale of this Canton Fair have undergone great changes, but the only constant i...
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  • What Is Organic Cotton?

    What Is Organic Cotton?

    What is Organic cotton? Organic cotton has no pollution in the production process, does not use chemicals, and maintains a green ecological environment. The fabric made of organic cotton is soft to the touch and has good resilience, which can relieve allergy symptoms and skin discomfort caused ...
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  • What Is Tie-Dye?

    What Is Tie-Dye?

    What is tie-dye? Tie-dyeing is a unique traditional dyeing process in China. Modern tie-dyeing uses digital processing technology to create richer art forms and increase the visual effect of fabrics. The hand tie-dye process is very simple and full of imagination. From research to production, eac...
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  • What Is The Difference Between Printing And Embroidery?

    What Is The Difference Between Printing And Embroidery?

    The difference between printing and embroidery To add logos and other designs to garments, embroidery and prints are the two main options. Both options produce a high-quality product, but they each have pros and cons. Cost-effectiveness will depend on many factors, including the complexity of th...
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  • What Is Ebroidery?

    What Is Ebroidery?

    What Is Embroidery? Embroidery is a decorative art that uses fabric, needle and thread to add texture and decoration. Embroidery used to be done by hand, but now embroidery can be sewn by machine. Hand embroidery is still the hardest embroidery because it requires a lot of application and is very...
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  • Sustainable Development-Linen

    Sustainable Development-Linen

    Sustainable fabrics include organic cotton and linen, as well as recyclable polyester, waterproof and breathable fiber. The most popular linen is summer clothing, woven with cotton and marijuana materials. Leebol have used 100%cotton, organic cotton, 80%cotton 20%polyester, 100%polyester in singl...
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  • French Terry and Terry Cloth

    French Terry and Terry Cloth

    What is French Terry and Terry Cloth? What’s the difference bettween them? French terry differs from the terry cloth that you recognize from your towels and robes. French terry is a smoother, softer fabric, though both French terry and terry cloth feature a similar soft pile. Terry cloth is...
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  • Cotton Fabric Knowledge

    Cotton Fabric Knowledge

    Autumn and winter shopping coming, many of us would choose hoodies or sweatshirts, So do you know what kind of materials are they made of? Today I will share with you the two most common materials – French terry and Fleece | What is french terry? French terry is a versatile knit fabric wi...
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  • Top Fashion Trends for Spring 2023

    Top Fashion Trends for Spring 2023

    Stylists Are Already Predicting the Top Fashion Trends for Spring 2023 Here’s what three pros expect to see on the runways at New York Fashion Week. Drama — In Every Sense of the Word “The skirts will be shorter and the pants will be longer and baggier.”Predicted By: Express Celebrity Sty...
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  • Northern Europe: Eco-label becomes a new requirement for textiles

    Northern Europe: Eco-label becomes a new requirement for textiles

         The Nordic countries’ increasing requirements for product design, stricter requirements for chemicals, increasing concerns for quality and longevity, and a ban on the burning of unsold textiles are part of the Nordic eco-label’s new requirements for textiles. Clothing and textile...
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  • Recycled Cotton Fabric Items

    What is recycled cotton fabric? Recycled cotton can be defined as cotton fabric converted into cotton fibre that can be reused in textile products. Cotton can be recycled from pre-consumer and post-consumer cotton waste and leftover collected. Is recycled cotton good quality? Recycled cotton is a...
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