Cotton is a cellulosic fiber collected from the fuzzy fibers surrounding the seeds of the cotton plant. The fiber can be spun into thread and used to make the soft, breathable and most widely used natural-fiber textile with which we're all familiar.
Very absorbent, cool, strong, durable
Excellent (very comfortable to wear)
Poor to Excellent (depending on the dye and dyeing process)
Fabrics are often preshrunk; if not, they tend to shrink in the first few washes