Finishing of Tencel Woven Fabric discusses the inherent mechanical properties of fibre, change in fibre morphology through crosslinking and its effects on the easy-care behaviour of fabric. It has been thus possible to show the structure-property relationship of fabric. Resin Finishing counteracts fibrillation of tencel fibre and yarn and prevents the formation of crease marks. On the other hand it leads to lowering of abrasion resistance of tencel fabric so that the addition of additives and softeners is indispensable. With balance finishing recipe, consisting of crosslinking agent and a softeners or additive a fabric can be finished optimally. It is supported by a large number of diagrams and micrographs and is fully referenced for advance reading. Students and researchers will find it a valuable dissertation for gaining a greater understanding of tencel fabrics.