|Silks Clothing are produced by
several other insects, but only the silk of moth caterpillars has been used
for textile manufacture. There has been some research into other silks,
which differ at the molecular level. Silks are mainly produced by the larvae
of insects that complete metamorphosis, but also by some adult insects such
as webspinners. Silk production is especially common in the Hymenoptera
(bees, wasps, and ants), and is sometimes used in nest construction. Other
types of arthropod produce silk, most notably various arachnids such as
spiders (see spider silk).
The home furnishing industry in United States offers a splendid range
of bedspreads, curtains, rugs, durries, carpets, placemats, cushion covers,
table covers, linen, kitchen accessories, made-ups, bath linen, and other
home furnishings. The beautiful range is a tribute to the spirit of Indian
craftsmen who continue to revive the past glory by bringing old traditions
back to life. These exquisite items are quite in vogue and a rage in the
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