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Modern Fiber Art Takes Its Context from the Textile Arts, Which Have been Practiced Globally for Millennia

 Scott Nova of the Worker Rights Consortium, a rights advocacy group, claimed that auditors, some of whom were paid by the factories they inspect, sometimes investigated workers right issues such as hours or child labor but did not properly inspect factories’ structural soundness or fire safety violations.

Nova argued that the cost of compliance to safety standards in all 5,000 clothing factories in Bangladesh is about $3 billion (2013). 
Immediately following the April 24 deadly industrial accident, Mahbub Ahmed, the top civil servant in Bangladesh's Commerce Ministry, fearing the loss of contracts that represent 60 per cent of their embroidery digitizing textile industry exports, pleaded with the EU to not take tough, punitive measures or "impose any harsh trade conditions" on Bangladesh to "improve worker safety standards" that would hurt the "economically crucial textile industry" and lead to the loss of millions of jobs.
Two dozen factory owners are also Members of Parliament in Bangladesh.
Traditionally, fiber is taken from plants or animals, for example cotton from cotton seed pods, linen from flaxstems, wool from sheep hair, or silk from the spun cocoons of silkworms.
In addition to these traditional digitizing materials, synthetic materials such as plastic acrylic are now used.
In order for the fiber to be made into cloth or clothing, it must be spun (or twisted) into a strand known asyarn.
When the yarn is ready and dyed for use it can be made into cloth in a number of ways. 
Knitting andcrochet are common methods of twisting and shaping the yarn into garments or fabric.
The most common use of yarn to make cloth is weaving.
In weaving, the yarn is wrapped on a frame called a loom and pulled taut vertically.
This is known as the warp.
Then another strand of yarn is worked back and forth wrapping over and under the warp.
This wrapped yarn is called the weft.
Most art and commercial textiles are made by this process.

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