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By Andrew Bloch/National Geographic The first silk fabric to appear on the planet was discovered in China about 3,300 years ago, a discovery that is still widely accepted as the first silk garment.
The silkworm, a parasitic creature native to Asia, was an important source of fiber for early civilizations because it could be used for all sorts of purposes.
But the fabric was not only used to make clothing, but it was also used for weaving and weaving machines, and for making baskets and baskets for foodstuffs.
Silk is a soft, stretchy fabric made up of tiny fibers.
It was first cultivated in China around 2,700 B.C. by the Shang dynasty and became the staple of China’s economy and culture.
But despite its ancient origins, the silk fabric has undergone a major evolution in its history.
The fabric’s history stretches back to the earliest civilizations, when it was used to weave clothing.
But it is now considered the first major fabric to be produced in modern times, and the silk industry began to boom around the turn of the century.
One reason for the rapid expansion of the industry was the introduction of a new type of silk called dragonfly silk.
The dragonfly was a native species of silk that was used for the first time in China.
Because of its similarity to the silkworm that was discovered, the dragonfly has been called the “dragonfly fabric.”
The fabric, also known as the indigo fabric, is made of the same fibrous plant fibers as the silk.
Dragonfly silk was also an important staple in the Chinese economy for weaving baskets and making baskets for the peasantry.
In the first century A.D., silk was used as a material for baskets.
Silk baskets were used as the primary material for carrying food and drink to and from markets, and were often made of various fibers.
This silk basket is pictured in this 17th-century painting of a silk basket at the Bodleian Library, Oxford University.
Today, many of these baskets are in museums and libraries around the world.
The first known appearance of the dragonhide fabric was made in the 13th century, and it was a staple of Chinese cloth for more than 3,000 years.
The dragonsilk was a more luxurious version of the silk, made from a similar plant.
Silk fabrics were more expensive than dragonfly fabrics, and so Chinese traders had to be more careful with the materials they traded.
The Chinese Silk Trade, or the Silk Road, was the first route for the spread of the fabric throughout the world, and became a major source of wealth for the Chinese people.
But in the 17th century the dragon-skin fabric was also introduced as an alternative to silk, and this led to a major decline in the production of dragonfly silks.
The trade between China and Europe was then interrupted by the collapse of the British Empire in the late 19th century.
This collapse brought the collapse in the fortunes of the European silk industry and the rapid decline of the Chinese silk industry.
Today the silk trade is still relatively small, but the fabric is still a major part of the global fabric industry.
Dragonflies are found in many places around the globe, including China and the United States.
These silk fabrics have been popular for centuries in Asia, but they have also been used in other parts of the world as well.
In Japan, the first dragonfly fabric was invented by a Japanese samurai named Yoshitsugu Hoshi.
It is said that the fabric has a beautiful, silk-like appearance and was used in traditional Chinese dress and even as a substitute for traditional Japanese shoes.
Today in the United Kingdom, dragonfly-silk fabrics are also made by some of the largest companies in the world including American companies like Dyers and Footwear.
Silk woven by Chinese workers is sometimes referred to as “jade.”
It has a lightness and lustre to it that make it an ideal material for textiles and garments.
Its color is blue-green, and because it is dyed, the fabric can be woven in several colors.
Today a large number of Chinese clothing factories produce dragonfly cotton, which is used in some high-end Japanese clothing, as well as in high-fashion garments and accessories.
The Silk Road was a major driver of the Silk Economy The Silk Trade was a vital part of China as well, as it brought silk from other countries to China and transported it to China for the manufacturing of clothes and other goods.
The textile industry grew rapidly in China, but this was also the era of the Great Leap Forward, which was a huge economic and social development program in China that took place from 1949 to 1971.
This program was aimed at ending the economic hardships that many Chinese faced, and by doing so helped China become one of the fastest growing economies in the developing world.
In a few short decades, China was one of Asia’s fastest growing countries