fibre, which is obtained from the cocoon of the silk worms,
is such a versatile fibre that it lends itself to be made
into a vast range of silk fabrics to meet various end-uses.
Silk can have either a smooth or a nubby finish. It can be
supple and drapeable, as well as stiff and bouffant. It can
be heavy and thick, or fine, thin and transparent. In general,
almost all the silks are strong, resilient and elastic; they
hold their shape and resist wrinkling, they do not pill or
soil easily. With such properties, there is little doubt why
silk is considered the most luxurious of all the fibres.
range of Silk Fabrics includes the following :-