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properties of denim fabrics produced from these yarns. The effect of linear density, twist multiplier, stretch percentage, and applied load on tenacity and elastic performance of cotton/Lycra core-spun denim yarn was investigated [ 1 ]. Due to its lower linear density, stretch, and twist multiplier, the cotton/Lycra core-spun yarn has better elastic performance. The weight, size, elasticity, tensile strength, and cost properties of the denim fabrics woven with the dual-core weft yarn with different densities were evaluated [ 2 ]. In stretched knitted fabric, the additional

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