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From Farm To Fabric: The Many Faces Of Cotton - The 74th Plenary Meeting of the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC)
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January/February 2010

January/February 2010:
Textile World ’s 2010 economic forecast predicts the U.S. textile and apparel industries will see continuing improvements in bottom-line performance over the coming year.

Photo: iStockphoto.com

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March/April 2010

March/April 2010:

The Canadian Olympic freestyle ski team uniforms feature Columbia Sportswear Co.'s new Omni-Heat™ Thermal technology.

Pictured: Team member Kristi Richards

Photographed by Mike Ridewood

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April Online Issue:

Textile World's exclusive online April issue includes features on the STA's Winter Technical Conference and E-textiles for wearability.

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may june cover

May/June 2010:

In 2009, more than 2 million TEUs of textile-related imports and exports valued at more than $175 billion passed through US water ports.

Photograph courtesy of iStock photo.

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July August cover

July/August 2010:

Shown here are magnified cross sections of islands-in-the-sea type bicomponent fibers. The blue polymer sea is dissolved away, leaving white islands of polypropylene and polyethylene microfilaments and a single high-denier snowflake center.

Fiber image courtesy of Hills Inc.

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September/October 2010

September/October 2010:

The porte-cochère at the main entrance of the Lone Butte Casino at Gila River in Chandler, Ariz., designed by FabriTec Structures, Dallas, won an International Achievement Award at IFAI Expo 2009.

Photograph courtesy of Ed Taube/FabriTec Structures.

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November/December 2010:

Shaw Contract Group's Shadows broadloom and carpet tile collection is made with Shaw's Eco Solution Q® recycled-content nylon 6 face fiber and EcoWorx® polyolefin thermoplastic backing.

Photograph courtesy of Shaw Industries Group Inc.

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