The warp and weft of the Colored Twill Fabric are interlaced at least once by two yarns, and the warp and weft interlacing points are added to change the fabric structure, collectively referred to as twill fabric. The fabric structure is a fabric with two upper twill and 45° left oblique, the front twill pattern is obvious, and the reverse side of the variegated twill is not obvious. The warp and weft counts are close to each other, and the density is slightly higher than the weft density, and the hand feels softer than the khaki.
The fabric of the color twill fabric is made of cotton yarn of 18 or less (32 inches or more) as warp and weft. Twill is available in white, bleached, and mottled colors. It is often used in uniforms, sportswear, sneakers, emery cloths and linings. Wide-width bleached twill can be used as a sheet and can be used as a bed sheet after printing. The color and variegated fine twill fabrics are polished by electro-optical or calendering, and can be used as umbrellas and garment clips.
Color twill fabric features
There are positive and negative points, there is less interlacing point in a complete organization cycle, the float line is longer, the hand feel is soft, the tissue fabric density is higher, the product is thicker, and the tissue has a stronger stereoscopic effect. There are 30, 40, and 60 counts.