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I Love Cotton Clothes

I love cotton clothes because they feel soft against my skin and they are hypoallergenic. Another good thing about cotton is that it breaths easily so I will not become overheated while I am outdoors under the hot sun in the summer time. Cotton was the number one agricultural product for America before the boil [...]

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Why I wear only 100% cotton clothes

The reason why I wear only 100% cotton clothes is the way in which if feels on my skin. I also appreciate many of the characteristics of cotton cloths that are inheritant to the fabric. Cotton is a fabric that will not only help to keep you cool in the summer but also warm in the [...]

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The Life Cycle of the Cotton Plant

The life cycle of the cotton plant is a natural way of making our cotton clothing today's society. This is a naturally growing plant that has been in the wild since before recorded history. The wild varieties can be found in Australia, Africa, America, Brazil, Central America, Mexico and many tropical islands around the world.Today [...]

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The history of making cotton fabric

The history of making cotton fabric for cotton clothing has been mentioned in the annals of history for over 7,000 years. This includes a description by the Greek Historian Herodotus in 4500 BC about cotton fabric from India. The first place where cotton was actually recorded to be spun into thread and used in the creation [...]

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What unusual items other than clothes have been made of cotton

It is true that almost everyone in the world knows that cotton is spun into thread and is used in the making of fabrics for a wide variety of cotton clothing and decorating items. One of the most used items of the cotton plant that has been considered a waste for centuries is the cotton seed. [...]

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