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Greige fabrics, also known as "gray goods" or "loomstate" fabrics, are unfinished, unbleached fabrics that are made from raw cotton or other natural fibers. Greige fabrics have not been dyed, printed, or finished in any way, and they have a natural beige or grayish color.

Greige fabrics are often used as a base fabric for dyeing and printing, as they are easier to color and work with than finished fabrics. They are also popular in home decor and fashion as a neutral, natural-looking material.

One of the benefits of greige fabrics is that they are usually less expensive than finished fabrics, as they require fewer processing steps. However, they are also typically less soft and comfortable than finished fabrics, as they have not been treated with softeners or other finishing agents. Greige fabrics can also shrink or change shape during washing, as they have not been pre-shrunk or stabilized.

Greige fabrics come in a range of weights and textures, from lightweight muslin to heavy canvas, and can be made from various natural fibers, including cotton, linen, and wool. They are commonly used in the production of a wide variety of products, including clothing, bedding, curtains, upholstery, and more.

Product Description High Quality bottom weight woven fabric
  • 100% Cotton
  • Polyester Cotton
  • Cotton Stretch
  • Cotton Tencel
  • Cotton Modal
  • Cotton Nylon
Stretch Cotton Stretch and Cotton Poly Stretch
  • Plain
  • Rib Stop
  • Oxford
  • Matty
  • Twill
  • Satin
  • Dobby
  • Herringbone
  • Honey Comb
  • Broken Twill and others
Weight 6.00 to 12 Oz/sqyd
Width 58” to 70”
  • OEKOTEX Standard 100 Certified manufacturer
  • GOTS/OE Certified manufacturer of organic fabric
  • Eco-friendly blends such as organic cotton and bamboo fiber
  • Dedicated Product development cell
  • Four point inspection system
  • Bulk Quantities in Minimal lead time.
Installed Capacity 9million Metres per annum


Warping and Sizing Benninger
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