Lynda ≪リンダ≫

It is also used as material for accessories such as ribbons, and for apparel applications, such as the lining of clothes. It is a comfortable material that combines the gentleness of natural fibers with the functionality of synthetic fibers. It is characterized by its soft texture and bright colors.

What are diacetate fibers?

Diacetate fibers are characterized by a luster and touch that resembles silk. Generally, they are combined with other materials such as polyester to create materials for women’s wear. In particular, diacetate is used as a clothes lining or for room wear and sleepwear, to line gift boxes, as quality labels and tags for apparel, and as ribbons or packaging tape.



Comparison of Lynda with major fibers

Source: Seni Sogo Jiten (Comprehensive Dictionary of Fibers) (Editors of the Comprehensive Dictionary of Fibers, ed.), Seni (Fiber) (Tokyo Denki University Press), Seni Binran—Genryo Hen (Handbook of Fiber; Raw Material Eddition) (The Society of Fiber Science and Technology, Japan, ed.)