Woven fabrics are produced from virtually all types of textile fibers and threads. Depending on the sector of the textile industry producing the fabric and the principal fiber composition, they may be classified as cotton, linen, wool, silk, or other fabric. Silk fabrics may be produced from man-made fibers or natural silk. Woven fabrics may be manufactured from a single type of fiber or thread or with a mixture of not more than 10 percent of another type; From a blend of threads obtained from several types of fibers; Or from an alternation of various types of threads. Depending on their purpose, woven fabrics may be classified as domestic or industrial. Domestic fabrics account for approximately two-thirds of the total quantity of fabrics produced; They are subdivided into apparel fabrics— For undergarments, dresses, suits, and kerchiefs; Decorative fabrics— For upholstery and drapes; And moisture-absorbing fabrics— For towels and napkins. The textile industry considers fabrics produced in large quantities, such as calico and satin, as separate groups.