Fibre to Fabric Class 7 Notes

 

Cloth is one of our basic needs. Cloth protects us from heavy cold, dust, sun etc. Wearing clothes make one civilized and smart. Did you ever wondered how these clothes are made ? What is the basic raw material to make a cloth?

Cloth is a woven or felted fabric made from cotton, wool, or a similar fibre.

Wool:- Wool comes from goat, sheep, yak and some other animals. These animals bear hair on their body. As we all know that hair trap a lot of air and air is a poor conductor of heat. So these hairs on their body keep these animals warm.

Silk: Silk is a natural protein fiber, and some varieties of which can be woven into textiles. The best quality of silk is composed mainly of fibroin and is produced by certain insect larvae. The cultivation of silkworm to produce silk is called sericulture or you can say Rearing of silkworm to produce raw silk is called sericulture.

Here at BYJU’S, we have provided the notes of class 7, 3rd chapter – Fibre to Fabric. These notes are prepared by our subject matter experts and are prepared according to the latest syllabus prescribed by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education).

These notes include the complete introduction to the topic, related definitions, examples, complete fibre to fabric process along with important questions and NCERT solutions.

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Practise This Question

Find the value of x in the following equation:

x+56x+19=x+34