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CBSE Science lesson Class VI Fibre to Fabric

Published: 5 years ago

Category: CBSE, Education

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CBSE Science Class VI – Fibre to Fabric

By Soma Mukhopadhyay

Fibre To Fabric
Early Man
Needles Made From Bones
Dietary Fibres
Made Of Cellulose
No Use In Fabric Formation
From Plants
Cotton
Jute
From Animals
Sheep
Rabbit
Goat
Made Of Proteins
Used For Making Fabrics
Synthetic Fibres
From Chemicals
Fibre
Yarn
Fabric
Garments
Spinning
Twisting Of Fibres To Make Yarns.
Its Is Done In A Small Scale By Takli Or Charkha
Modern Spinning Machines
Yarn To Fabric Weaving
Two Sets Of Yarn Used
Yarn To Fabric Knitting
Single Yarn Used
Knitting Needles
Knitting Machines
Types Of Fabrics
Natural
Synthetic
Natural Fabrics
Plant Fibres
Cotton Plant
Jute Plant
Flax Seeds
Coconut Husk
Sisal Leaves
Cotton
Cotton Plant With Cotton Boll
Cotton Fibre With Seeds
Ginning
Cotton Bales
Uses Of Cotton
Saree
Towels
Bandage
Wicks
Curtains
Bed
Covers
Jute
Retting Of Jute
Jute Fibres
Uses Of Jute
Animal Fibres
Wool
Sheep
Rabbit
Goat
Shearing
Raw Product
Woolen Yarn
Uses Of Wool
Silk
Silk Worm
Silk
Cocoons
Uses Of Silk
Synthetic Fibres
Nylon
Terylene
Polyester
Blended Fabrics
Natural Fibre + Synthetic Fibre
Cotton+Terylene
Terrycot

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