Cotton is a soft, fluffy fiber that grows in the seed pods of the cotton plant, a shrub native to tropical and subtropical regions around the world. Cotton is the most widely used natural fiber in the world and is a vital crop for the global textile industry. Cotton fibers are used to make a wide variety of products, including clothing, towels, bed sheets, and industrial materials such as filter fabrics and medical supplies. Cotton is valued for its softness, durability, and versatility. Cotton can be woven into a variety of different fabrics, from lightweight and breathable materials for warm weather clothing to heavier, warmer fabrics for colder weather. Cotton is typically harvested mechanically, using specialized machines that remove the cotton from the seed pods. Once harvested, the cotton is processed to remove impurities and prepare it for spinning into yarn. The yarn is then woven into fabric using various techniques, such as plain weave, twill weave, or satin weave