Textile Industry

The Textile Industry
Textile is knitted or woven fabric which is made of yarn. Thus, the textile industry is responsible for taking raw material, such as cotton or wool, an spinning it into yarn that is later used to make tissue.

In addition, the textile industry is primarily concerned with yarn, cloth and clothing design, production and distribution. The raw material can be natural or synthetic using chemical industry products. The output is Denim, cotton cloth, etc.
When Did The Textile Industry Start?
One of the main industries that benefited from the Industrial Revolution was the textile industry.  The textile industry was based on the development of cloth and clothing.  Before the start of the Industrial Revolution, which began in the 1700s, the production of goods was done on a very small scale.  Historians refer to this method of production as the ‘cottage industry.  Simply put, the cottage industry refers to a period of time in which goods for sale were produced on a very small scale, usually in a home.
People manufactured goods in this scheme, such as wool, in their homes or on their own farms, and then sold it to local communities, as long-distance transport was uncommon.  This production method was slow and inefficient and was struggling to keep up with the increasing demand generated by the increased population.
In this system, people produced goods, such as wool, in their homes or on their own farms, and then sold them to local communities as long-distance transport was unusual.  This production method was slow and inefficient and was struggling to keep up with the increasing demand generated by the increased population.
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