Needle yarn and sewing have been around for many years. But now this work has changed radically. Now people no longer sew everything by hand. In the 21st century, when people have been able to conquer many things, needle and thread work has also become readily available. Nowadays people usually feel comfortable wearing machine-made clothes.
Needle and thread before
There was a time when people used to sew all the necessary garments with the help of needles and thread only by hand. However, with the change of age, we have been able to get a lot more mechanically today. In ancient times, people usually made their own garments, whatever they were. It may be that the things that people used to make in the past would take a long time to complete. Gradually, with the help of cloth, a garment was made by the people of that time. This was a matter of time, but there was no laziness – no shelter for corruption. Today we have been able to make many things easier but human values have been lost compared to that.
What is the current state of the needle and thread?
Needless to say, the use of needles and threads by the common people is no more. However, it can be said that many people are still doing needle and thread work in a small range. The overall aspect of any work is considered on the basics of that work. What we are seeing now is that human garments are usually made in various factories which we call garments. Here it is possible to make people’s clothes as they please and all this has been possible due to the blessings of science. Can we say that science has made the demand for human clothing very easy since ancient times? In fact, there is no specific reference to it. However, it is safe to say that mechanical life did not begin much earlier – perhaps 50 years ago today. Needless to say, the mills we make today or the garment sector we wear are as luxurious as they are not always made of real cotton.
Many mill owners and garment sector owners distribute these garments among the people through various scams. They deceive the common man at one stage. It is certainly the ultimate disaster for human values and morality. We need to get out of this catastrophe. The clothes we wear today must be glamorous and standard. However, when these garments are offered for sale among people, the price is much higher. Poor people usually cannot wear these clothes because they are more expensive. Considering everyone’s words, it is our moral responsibility and duty to make the textile industry easily available to the people.