Fibre to Fabric Worksheet-2

Fibre to Fabric Worksheet-2


  1. Which of the following is the correct in the sequence of processing cotton?

(a) Ginning                                    (b) Turban

(c) Skirt                                          (d) Both Ginning & Turban


  1. Fibres are separated from the seeds of cotton bolls by the process known as 

(a) Winnowing                              (b) Threading

(c) Ginning                                     (d) Spinning


  1. Jute is a long, soft, plant fiber that can be spun into coarse, strong threads. Jute is a rainy season crop, which grows best in warm and humid climate. In which part of India jute is grown?

(a) Assam                                       (b) West Bengal

(c) Bihar                                         (d) All of these


  1. Why the nylon is called so?

(a) It is after the name of the lady who made it first

(b) It was initially popular as a material for making stockings for women

(c) It was first marketed in New York and London

(d) It is made from a chemical, Nylon-55.


  1. The thin strands of ____ that we see, are made up of still thinner strands called ____.

(a) Fibres, fabric                          (b) Fabric, fibres

(c) Fibres, thread                         (d) Thread, fibres


  1. A famous sufi saint and poet was weaver. Who was he?

(a) Kabir            (b) Tulsi Das     (c) Sur Das        (d) Raheem


  1. The wool yarn also shrinks away from the flame and burns like that of silk but it does not melt. It has a strong odour of 

(a) Burning wood                         (b) Charred meat

(c) Burning hair                            (d) Burning nylon


  1. While cooking in the kitchen, your mom should not wear clothes made up of 

(a) Cotton          (b) Wool            (c) Nylon            (d) Terrycot


  1. What is lint?

(a) A thread made by spinning fibres

(b) A device, both hand electrically operated

(c) The fibrous material left after removing seeds from cotton bolls

(d) The fruit of the cotton plant


  1. What is the basic difference between Angora and Cashmere brands of wool?

(a) Angora is obtained from rabbit and Cashmere is obtained from goat

(b) Angora is obtained from goat and Cashmere is obtained from rabbit

(c) Angora is obtained from yak and Cashmere is obtained from goat

(d) Angora is obtained from camel and Cashmere is obtained from yak.


  1. “First day white, next day red, third day from my birth, I’m dead.”

The above rhyme is referred to

(a) Cotton flower                          (b) Jute flower

(c) Marigold                                  (d) Rauwolfia


  1. From the given figures, which worm is useful to obtain silk?






  1. Which of the figure given below is NOT a jute fibre product?







Answer Key:

(1)–(a); (2)–(c); (3)–(d); (4)–(c); (5)–(d); (6)–(a); (7)–(c); (8)–(c); (9)–(c); (10)–(a); (11)–(a); (12)–b; (13)–c