General ScienceWhat are yarns made up of?

What are yarns made up of?


  1. A
    Fabrics
  2. B
    Fibres
  3. C
    Jute
  4. D
    Cotton 

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    Solution:

    Yarns are made up of fibres.
    The process used to make yarn is spinning. Spinning is the process in which fibres are first obtained from a mass of wool, cotton, or silk and then twisted together to form yarn. Fibres can be natural like wool, cotton, silk and jute or artificial like nylon and polyester. Yarns are further used to make fabrics. Jute and cotton are types of natural fibres.
     
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