Being a natural fibre, it 'breathes', which makes it comfortable to wear. It finds use in almost all applications such as Apparel, Home Décor, Crafts and Quilting. We deal in the following cotton fabrics:

i) Batik :-

Batik is a process similar to tie-dye. However, instead of tying the fabric, wax is melted and applied to resist the dyes. The process is repeated for other colours until the desired design or effect is achieved, after which the wax is removed. It is made on medium weight plain-weave cotton fabric. Used for shirts, skirts, summer dresses and sarongs and also home decor.

ii) Madras :- It is a medium-weight plain weave cotton fabric with a striped, plaid or checked pattern. End uses are men's and women's and dresses.
iii) Organdy :- Thin, transparent lightweight plain weave fabric with a crisp finish. Used for dresses, blouses and curtains/draperies.
v) Seersucker :- A lightweight fabric crinkled into lengthwise stripes. Used in summer sportswear.
vi) Voile :- Crisp lightweight plain-weave fabric in a high yarn count construction, similar in appearance to organdy. Used in blouses, dresses and curtains.
Vii) Patchwork
Viii) Wool Cotton Jacquard