Textiles y Confección en Pijamas

Textiles and Pajama Making

The industry textile, one of the oldest of humanity. History specifies that the oldest known fabric is prior to 5000 BC. C. In essence, for textile manufacturing, the main requirement is to have a fiber source from which a kind of yarn can be developed.

The thread is processed through the weaving or its braiding, which turns the finest thread into cloth. Now, the machine used to interlace is the well-known loom, so also, for the decoration of these fabrics, the process of coloring the thread or finishing the material is dyeing.

The art of making It involves shaping the different tastes and needs of people in pieces of clothing for various occasions that in many and unique ways express their character and personality. That is, the making of garments is not only limited to fulfilling a specific utilitarian function, but also being aesthetically unique.


So we have clothes from day to night, clothes to go to work, to meet with friends or family, to go to the gym or for a walk and for night rest, pajamas. All garments designed for specific purposes and with special characteristics that make them fulfill that function for which they have been designed.

But the confection also involves the ideal fabric so that this authentic garment is really perfect. At present, there are types of fibers that are widely used in the industry, such as natural fibers of vegetable origin such as cotton, linen, bamboo, jute and hemp, of animal origin or protein such as wool, silk and angora.

These fibers have been used for centuries for the creation, design and production of all types of garments including pajamas for ladies, gentlemen and kids. But also, there are the fibers made by man, that is, they are made artificially based on natural raw materials, such is the case of rayon, acetate, modal, cupro and lyocell, recently developed.

Additionally, a series of synthetic fibers are currently being developed in the industry, a classification of man-made fibers, which specifically come from synthetic chemical elements as a base rather than natural chemicals.

Variety of Fabrics

At present, there are many varieties of fabrics that exist for the manufacture of all-purpose garments. Well, thanks to the evolution of technology that allows to continue developing various types of fabrics used mainly in the field of fashion with two objectives; on the one hand, improve the quality and characteristics of the different garments such as comfort, resistance, functionality and other important attributes in clothing. On the other hand, the social commitment to ensure the protection of the environment during the manufacturing process.

In recent years, there are brands that have made great strides in these two areas. Among the most common fabrics we find that cotton is ideal for pajamas very comfortable and commercialized, since cotton is the most common and popular fabric since it is a natural fiber, with a natural shine and a warm and soft touch. In addition to being a fairly resistant material, it perfectly absorbs moisture and better preserves body heat.

Another textile that is marketed very well is elastane, which as a synthetic fiber mixes with cotton very well, also provides great elasticity, they can be enchanted in the market pajamas that have more than 90% cotton and a minimum percentage of elastane, which guarantees sufficient elasticity so that the garment can adapt perfectly to the body, as well as greater mobility without deforming the garment.

Now, organic cotton has essentially the same properties as inorganic cotton fibers, the difference lies basically in its color, as well as in the production process and in the tremendous environmental limitations during its handling and treatment. Because organic cotton is grown without any synthetic additives or pesticides, in addition to being not genetically modified, which is sustainable and environmentally friendly.

Eco-friendly Textiles

Framed in this important idea of social responsibility, we also have Tencel, which is a brand of fibers regenerated from the pulp of wood to produce cellulosic-based fibers. This fiber uses renewable raw material from sustainable forests in which the felled trees are replanted, as an apolitical approach that is committed to high resource efficiency and the least ecological impact as a goal.

In the same way, the production processes of this fiber are in fact also much more efficient and sustainable. Thus, better properties of touch, absorption, color and gloss are obtained.

Of Tencel there are two large groups of fibers; the Tencel Modal and the Tencel Lyocell. The difference between the two large groups is found in the production process, in its format and some intrinsic properties. Both are very fine fibers, which have a soft touch, good mechanical resistance and elastic recovery. They also have a greater adaptability and better fall. Both have a soft, cold and silky touch, a high degree of absorption, good color retention and shine. Also, they have very low static electricity.

Other Fibers and Textiles

In this quest to obtain versatile fibers, we have polyamide, which is a synthetic fiber with high resistance to wear and therefore provides greater durability as well as high elastic recovery, that is, a great capacity to maintain its shape, which offers non-deformable parts. before use.

In addition, it dries quickly, since it has very low absorption, it is also easy to handle and treat after use. Finally, it is a fiber highly resistant to microorganisms; Hence, the polyamide microfiber considerably improves the tactile properties and facilitates the management of humidity as well as temperature.

But if we believe in the more traditional fibers, polyester is a fiber of synthetic origin with a high resistance to breakage and friction wear. In addition to having high elasticity and quick drying, it is very easy to handle and treat after use. It is a thermal insulation fiber and basically very resistant to microorganisms.

It is very important to know these textile possibilities, because when choosing pajamas, be possible to know not only the properties of the garment in use, but also the care for its preservation. Undoubtedly, at present, the textile industry makes great efforts to provide the best quality in terms of textiles for the manufacture of highly durable garments and that it is not only about attractiveness from the design.

The design of garments, especially for night rest, must involve comfort, durability and hygiene, as well as aesthetics.