This is roving by which you can spin yarn for the type of fabric you want, whether by itself or as a blender. When you’re looking at fabric and you may see “70d” labeled on it, what does that mean? Well, the “d” stands for denier.
A denier is a unit of measurement that expresses fiber thickness of individual threads or filaments in fabric or textiles. This is done by using a single strand of silk as a reference for one denier where 9000m of the strand would equal one gram.
Standard fabrics are typically between 40d and 80d. Heavy duty fabric — used for backpacks and tents — can be between 100d and 600d. A fiber with a denier of less than one is considered a microfiber.
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