Fabric refers to any material made through weaving, knitting, spreading, crocheting or bonding yarns.
The knitting process produces fabrics by interlooping yarns. The weaving process produces fabric by interlacing yarns. Bleaching and fire-resistant treatment can be performed when requested by the customer.
Midas products combine (or use stand-alone) a wide variety of textile fibers and yarns, including cotton yarns, textured polyester and nylon, more exotic high-performance yarns like glass, steel, and aramid (e.g., Kevlar® and Nomex®) and Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (e.g., Dyneema®). Midas Associates include several certified Kevlar® licensees, able to spin Kevlar® yarn, in several counts, for Midas’ own use!