GYFT is the small abbreviated form of Garments, Yarn, Fabric and Textile. We first incorporated our business with textile products, like Cotton Yarn & export quality Fabrics in domestic market. With the passage of time we have spread our wings to more various products like steel casting, boiler materials, raw cotton, Garments, Fabric etc  and it is our great pleasure that we have reached a stage where our customers trust our reliability and find our services par excellence. For any query related to this page, please send us a mail through the following form. We will get back to you as soon as possible!

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Fabrics can be classified into two types, Knitted and Woven. Woven fabric is is a cloth formed by weaving. It only stretches in the bias directions. Compared to woven,  Knitted fabrics are much more elastic, which accounts for their historical use in stockings and other clothing that requires changes in shape. Hence, dresses and lingerie made from knitted fabrics can be more form-fitting than counterparts made from a woven fabric. Knitted fabrics can stretch from 0 to 500%, depending on their material and knitting pattern.  Gyft India offers both of these two types of fabrics.

Woven Fabrics are usually frays at the edges, unless measures are taken to counter this, such as the use of pinking shears or hemming. Most cloth in use is woven. Woven material are also used for hats like Top hats and caps. We offer a wide range of quality woven fabric for domestic and international market as well.

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Knitted fabrics are divided into two basic types: warp-knit fabrics such as tricot and weft-knit fabrics such as a hand-knit sweater. Weft-knit items have the drawback that they run when cut. Warp-knit fabrics are often used in lingerie.

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