A continuous spun thread made from multiple strands of natural and/or synthetic fibers. The basis of any fabric's knit or woven construction.
- fabric construction
A method of dyeing a fabric while the material is still in its yarn form prior to having been woven or knit. Yarn died materials hold their color better than piece dyed ones.
- color fastness
- able to have multiple colors in one material
- high loss of fiber count in threads
- not cost effective