Fibre to fabric Worksheet-7

Fibre to fabric Worksheet-7


True or False:

  1. Yarn is made from fibres.
  2. Spinning is a process of making fibres.
  3. Jute is the outer covering of coconut.
  4. The process of removing seed from cotton is called ginning.
  5. Weaving of yarn makes a piece of fabric.
  6. Silk fibre is obtained from the stem of a plant.
  7. Polyester is a natural fibre.
  8. We get cotton and jute from animals.
  9. Yarn is woven to make fibres.
  10. Jute is the fibre obtained from the outer covering of the jute fruit.
  11. Ginning is done to separate cotton fibres from seeds.
  12. Flax fibre is extracted from the skin of the stem of the flax plant.
  13. Khadi is a coarse cloth made from silk cotton.
  14. Knitting is done using devices called looms.
  15. We get cotton and jute from animals.
  16. Jute is used as a stuffing in life jackets and pillows.
  17. Nylon and acrylic are natural fibres.
  18. The process of making yarn from fibre is called retting.
  19. Linen fabric is obtained from hemp plant.
  20. Retting is needed to extract silk cotton.
  21. All plants produce fibre.
  22. Some modern fabrics formed by unstitched piece of fabric are dhoti, lungi, and turban.
  23. Use of charkha was popularised by Mahatma Gandhi.
  24. The fruits of cotton plant are as big as apple.
  25. Jute fibre is obtained from the stem of the jute plant.
  26. The process of making yarn from the fibres is called ginning.
  27. The process of arranging two sets of yarn together is called weaving.
  28. Cotton is a synthetic fibre.
  29. Nylon is a natural fibre.
  30. To make fabrics, fibres are converted into yarns.
  31. There is only one variety of fabrics.


Answer Key:

  1. True
  2. False
  3. False
  4. True
  5. True
  6. False
  7. False
  8. False
  9. False
  10. True
  11. True
  12. True
  13. False
  14. False
  15. False
  16. False
  17. False
  18. False
  19. False
  20. False
  21. True
  22. True
  23. True
  24. False
  25. True
  26. False
  27. True
  28. False
  29. False
  30. True
  31. False