Basically thread count refers to the number of threads, both vertical and horizontal, in a one-inch square of a fabric, in other words, thread count is the total number of threads which helps to determine the overall quality of the product. It is important to know the actual weave of the material. The calculation begins by making note of the number of vertical, or warp, threads used in the weave of the material. Thread count is affected by a number of factors, including ply and thickness of the threads used. This is combined with the number of horizontal or filling threads used in the creation of the fabric. Essentially, the more horizontal and filling threads used in the manufacturing of the material, the higher the quality and durability will be.
Bed sheets which have a high cotton sheet thread count, which means the weave is tighter, fuller and has a smoother texture than sheets with a lower thread count. Knowing technically what the thread count means is the best way to determine the quality of sheets available for purchase. Finer thread often results in smoother, softer fabrics, part of the reason high thread count fabrics are considered more desirable than fabrics with a low thread count.
The ply of the fabric refers to how many threads are wrapped together into a single thread. Single-ply fabrics use threads on their own, while two-ply fabrics twist two pieces together into a stronger thread, as well as doubling the thread count of the fabric. Using finer threads also allows for more thread to fit in a square inch. Two-ply fabrics are stronger and create a more durable, though heavier, fabric. There is one company which provides products in various thread counts. One can enquire more on this subject by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org