Grey Melange Yarn comprises raw white and dyed cotton or colored fibers in different combinations. For example, it is referred to as “Melange” yarn if the yarn is composed of 99 percent white raw cotton and 1 percent colored cotton (of any color). In the same way, we may create hundreds and hundreds of hues by varying the percentages of Cotton in each batch.
Melange Yarns Are Categorized into Two Fundamental Types:
1. Blended Melange Yarn
This type of yarn is made by mixing or blending different types of fibers in a set proportion. For example, PC (Polyester: Cotton blend) is 50:50, CV (Cotton: Viscose) is 60:40, PV (Polyester: Viscose) is 80:20, etc.
2. Non‐Blended Melange Yarn
Yarn in which no different fibers are mixed together, but instead, different colored fibers of the same kind are used to form the Grey Melange Yarn, such as 100 percent Cotton colored yarn.
Grey Melange Yarn Has some Advantages:
With its unique dying technique and cutting-edge technology in fiber dyes, color matching, and blended textiles, Grey Melange Yarnis a highly sought-after product in the fashion industry today.
Dyeing fiber before spinning preserves its energy-saving, emission-reducing, and environmental-protective properties.
Because of the unique ability of grey Melange yarns to display several colors on a single thread, they are known for their slenderness, vibrant hues, and softness. Melange yarn-based textiles have an unclear cyclic effect.
Applications of Grey Melange Yarn:
In warp and weft knitting machines, different winding machines, V-bed knitting machines, and so on, Grey Melange yarn is often employed as the yarn of choice. Although grey Melange yarn is more costly than regular cotton yarn, it’s worth it. There is a wide range of uses for grey Melange yarn in the textile industry. It may be used for anything from underwear and sportswear to business suits and socks.