Jacquard stretch fabric means that the warp or weft yarn is lifted by the jacquard device during weaving, so that the yarn partially floats out of the cloth surface, and the convex three-dimensional shape is formed, and each floating point connection group forms various patterns, and A method of weaving the fabric. The jacquard effect is better because the combination of color and jacquard is more stereoscopic.
Jacquard stretch fabrics are divided into the use of looms, which can be divided into large jacquards and small jacquards. The jacquards do not use brown frames, but the more complicated combinations of faucet-passing brown silks; the curtains are generally long. In a jacquard return position, there are N weft yarns with N pieces of pattern, and a special bracket is used for hanging curtains. There are usually up to 24 holes on the small tread plate, which are used to control the lifting and selecting of the brown frame. The large tread plate will have thousands of holes, which correspond to the number of stitches of the jacquard faucet. The hole is aligned with a needle.
Jacquard elastic fabrics are divided into weft knitting jacquard, warp knitting jacquard, woven jacquard, and weft-knitted knit fabric. The flower shape can be arbitrarily changed within a certain range, and is widely used in various outer garments and decorative articles. Jacquard weaves are widely used in clothing and decorative items; woven jacquards are jacquard fabrics weaved by the weft and weft interweaving principle using a shuttle loom or a silk loom.