Dyed Fabrics, a textile manufacturer in Pakistan, is one of the leading exporters of Pakistani, Egyptian, Supima & Organic cotton fabrics with a commitment to producing the finest range of textile products in Pakistan. We offer supreme quality fabrics using 100% Egyptian, Pakistani, Supima & Organic Cottons with an annual weaving capacity of 7+ million yards on air-jet looms.
Deluxe quality cotton & poly-cotton (CVC) fabrics in greige/grey/gray, dyed, finished & value-added forms are available for home furnishing, upholstery, drapery, curtain lining, quilting & apparel (shirting & bottom-wear). Reliable & consistent premium quality carded & combed yarns come from our own spinning mills which are renowned in Pakistan’s Textile Industry.
Barkat Textile has developed 100 percent cotton and cotton-rich woven fabrics. The fabrics were created by Barkat Textile’s fabric development team.
Among some of the woven apparel fabrics from Barkat Textile are a group of novelty blended fabrics, a collection of lightweight shirtings and an offering of lightweight indigo products.
In addition, two fabrics in a cotton and linen tropical blend would work well as light weight shirting for both men and women.
The dress goods category features light weight shirting fabrics in stripes and dobbies. Fabrics feature woven stripes in sheer, contrasting and textural patterns and dobbies made from specialty yarns for texture and added interest. These fabrics were developed for the shirting market for both men and women.
An indigo warp and natural filling are used to create a group of light weight indigo fabrics featuring dobby and plain weaves. In two of these fabrics, dark and medium indigo color create a variation in the width of stripes. This collection is aimed at men’s and women’s casual wear shirting.
One of the most ambitious projects undertaken last year by Barkat Textile was the creation of a comprehensive woven cotton apparel & home furnishing fabric swatch book. The creation of this extensive collection was designed to expand the fashion options and enhance the value of woven cotton products by way of improved treatment processes.
Throughout the year, developmental fabrics were heavily sampled: The department received many requests for woven cotton apparel fabrics. Some of these fabrics are directly adopted by companies, with many of these developments providing inspiration to designers and engineers worldwide, who modify these fabrics to fit directly into product lines.
Consumers’ love of natural fibers continues to grow. Seven out of 10 people believe that garments made of natural fibers are of better quality, while 8 out of 10 people are willing to pay more for natural fibers, according to a recent Lifestyle Monitor Research.