What is the difference between thread and yarn?
Today, we have decided to create, weave and sew together a fascinating tale for you. Threads and yarns are the small, finer elements that make up clothes, just like how atoms and particles make up whole elements. But do you ever think, what is the main differentiation between these two seemingly similar components? There are numerous of them, and we have taken the effort to list the main ones out below for you!
A thread is made from a big length of fibers like cotton, nylon, wool, linen, silk and other natural and synthetic fibers. The main purpose of threads is to sew and stitch garments together or do patch work aka darning to repair damages like cloth ripping or holes in fabrics. A yarn on the other hand is a strand of continuous fiber, be it natural or synthetic. It is basically used to knit and weave fabrics to make clothes. The main difference between the two elements