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Eco Threads and Yarns for Denim Excellence

For many years, Denim has been and continues to be a crucial piece of clothing. In the 18th century, when cotton was produced in great abundance, denim clothing first appeared on the fashion scene. Denim has unbeatable qualities of durability and resistance to tearing. Jeans provide the person with a stylish, trendy, and youthful appearance. They are worn by people of all ages, in all colors, and at all times and places. While fashion trends come and go, denim is the one that will never go out of style.
Variety is the key to the present fashion, which sees denim as a garment with bold styles to keep up with the fast-paced way of life. More detailing, bleached effects, patchwork, and a variety of unique washes are among the newest trends in men’s denim.

Eco Threads and Yarns for Denim Excellence

According to a fashion survey conducted in the US, the average American owns 7–8 pairs of jeans. Denim is predicted to have a bright future by 84% of fashion designers and consumers.
When it comes to diversifying exports by including other clothes, denim is one of the key products that has demonstrated its actual potential. Additionally, the US markets will resume its fashion resilience in time for the upcoming Christmas festival, which will benefit the denim industry more. The National Retail Federation (NRF) forecasts that November and December holiday retail sales would increase by 6% to 8% over 2021 to between $942.6 billion and $960.4 billion. During the projected period from 2020 to 2025, it is anticipated that the global jeans market will grow at a CAGR of 6.7%.

In 2020, the global denim jeans market size was valued at $56.20 billion, in 2021 the market size was $70.71 billion, which is estimated to reach $88.13 billion by 2030. So, the increasing demand for denim boosting the denim market size significantly.
For the past few decades, conventional threads have been used to stitch denim all over the world. These threads have performed beyond exceptional. However, there were still some areas of clothing that cried out for improvement. In light of this, we decided to use innovation’s power to respond to these calls.
Addressing these requirements, Eco Threads & Yarns has introduced an impressive range of multiple threads which are Oeko-Tex certified and based on washing requirements including noteworthy products:
 ecoDENIM
 ecoCORE

These products meet the industry’s demand for environmentally friendly materials while still being commercially viable.

Eco Threads and Yarns for Denim Excellence

ecoDENIM is a third-generation designed thread made of premium polyester fiber. Due to its unique fiber characteristics, this thread may produce the smoothest and cleanest seams. Even after intense abrasion or friction treatment, the presence of textured multi-filament in this thread creates the smoothest outer surface of a seam and protects it from hairiness. The softest fiber quality available in the polyester line, it offers outstanding touch softness and increased lubricant absorption throughout the finishing process.

Eco Threads and Yarns for Denim ExcellenceDenim wash is done with the heavy oxidative agent with or without the addition of stone. Clean & bold seams by ecoDENIM remain unchanged even after heavy washes.
Key Features:
• Cleanest Seam
• Great elasticity
• Fantastic Loop Strength
• Outstanding seam security
• High Abrasion resistance
• Compatible with high-speed multidirectional machines
• Excellent degree of sliding on contact with the needles during all sewing processes.
• Ideal for fabrics with a lot of elasticity, where a long stretch of seams/thread is usually required.
• Comply with Oeko-Tex standard 100 Class & brands restricted substance list

The choice of seams and thread significantly affects garment durability. Designers create jeans considering brand aesthetics, fashion trends, and customer feedback. Stretch denim requires a different construction, and ecoDENIM is the best product for high-stretch clothes due to its excellent elasticity and long seam stretch. Knitted denim is gaining popularity due to its delicate structure, clean lines, soft, breathable comfort, and high-quality thin qualities. EcoDENIM’s Texturized Continuous Filament technology increases stretch absorption and softness. It can withstand intensive washing procedures while maintaining a clean seam. EcoDENIM is a significant breakthrough in the sewing thread industry, offering superior quality and performance in the denim market.

ecoPOLY RECYCLED is a premium Poly Poly core-spun sewing thread manufactured from Recycled Plastic water bottles.
This 100% recycled poly poly core-spun thread offers high-quality seam performance, with a durable yarn construction and bonding system. It’s adaptable to high-speed modern sewing machines, ensuring tenacity and smoothness during sewing.

Eco Threads and Yarns for Denim Excellence

– High seam strength
– Perfectly matches multi-directional sewing
– Great Solution to Puckering problems
– Can withstand the heavy wash

Main Usage:
– All Apparel (Lingerie to 14 oz denim jeans)
– Furniture
– Home Furnishings
– Complicated Quilting

ecoSPUN RECYCLED is a premium staple spun sewing thread manufactured from Recycled Plastic water bottles.
It is a 100% recycled polyester thread with impressive sewing performance and durable seams, suitable for both regular and recycled fabrics. Its prime features include a secure seam.

Eco Threads and Yarns for Denim Excellence

– Most Available thread around the world
– Great Chemical & Sunlight Resistance
– Having adequate shrinkage, it can withstand Medium wash

Main Usage:
– Blouses, skirts, and casual shirts
– T-shirts with interlock weave
– Denim, Casual Wear, Children’s apparel
– Sleepwear and Medium-range fleece
– Non-luster logo embroidery
The global RMG market aims to promote recycling for a sustainable future. The Bangladeshi apparel industry is implementing a circular economy to reduce waste and environmental pollution. Over 30 international brands and Bangladeshi manufacturers have formed the Circular Fashion Partnership to promote sustainability. The United Nations Environment Programme promotes effective waste management strategies, and RMG manufacturers can enhance their brand reputation, appeal to environmentally conscious consumers, and differentiate themselves in a competitive marketplace that adheres to a circular economy.

ecoCORE : Solution for Laser Wash Technology

Denim is a popular fashion staple, but its environmental impact is significant. The industry consumes a significant amount of water, energy, and chemicals, leading to waste and greenhouse gas emissions. To reduce these impacts, denim brands are adopting sustainable methods like laser technology, mechanical abrasion, ozone fading, waterjet fading, and tinting techniques.

Eco Threads and Yarns for Denim Excellence

Laser wash, a water-free method, has been adopted by some brands to create unique, distressed jeans. This technology has increased output per workplace by 500% and reduced fabric strength loss by 50%. Laser technology and eco-washing machines have also shown significant environmental benefits, saving energy, water, and chemicals. By adopting sustainable techniques, the denim industry can save millions of liters of water, power, and chemicals annually. However, more work is needed to reduce the environmental impacts of the denim industry.

Ecocore is an innovative premium thread produced in spinning with high tenacity continuous polyester filament wrapped with premium cotton staple fiber.

Eco Threads and Yarns for Denim Excellence

Cotton wrap provides hand-feel of cotton, ensures heat resistance
and high tenacity polyester filament provides greater strength while doing intensive laser wash on garments. This unique combination of polyester and cotton results in excellent sewing efficiency and outstanding seam performance.

Ecocore is specially designed to meet modern requirement of heavy duty denimwear, outdoor wear, cargo pants and other heavy fabric garments. It is also suitable for premium lingerie or fine cotton fabrics where natural and soft hand-feel of cotton are needed to be replicated.

Key Features:
– Outstanding seam strength and seam security
– The presence of polyester core results in fine seams without compromising strength
– Specially finished thread to minimize needle heat
– Excellent abrasion resistance for workwear and heavy fabric garments
– Great wash-down characteristics for denim wear
– More suitable for complex operations and automatic multidirectional sewing machine
– Low friction ensures uniformity of the stitch
– Comply with Oeko-Tex standard 100 class I & brands’ restricted substance list

Main Usage:
– All Sorts of Denim
– Work Wear, Head Wear
– Children Wear
– Overdyed Garments

One very common tool for making distressed denim is laser technology. Without the use of abrasive tools or labor-intensive manual labor, it enables precise and customizable distressing, including complex patterns and designs.

With a long history spanning from tough workwear to a mainstay of fashion, denim has shown its enduring appeal. Denim changes with the times, always incorporating the newest trends and tastes.
The growing global consciousness surrounding sustainability is bound to have an impact on the fashion industry. With an eye toward a cleaner future, denim companies have begun to emphasize environmentally friendly methods. Companies such as Levi’s and Everlane, for example, are embracing organic cotton and leading the way in water-efficient production techniques. Eco Threads & Yarns, from the very beginning of its journey, focused on sustainability and is continuously working to serve Mother Earth with sustainable products and initiatives.

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