The difference between stretch herringbone fabric and plain plain fabric

- May 10, 2018 -

Stretch herringbone fabric is a kind of fabric that can be easily distinguished, and it is called herringbone fabric because it has a fabric with a diagonal fabric and a 45° left oblique fabric. The positive diagonal pattern is obvious, and the opposite of the variegated twill is not obvious.

 

In addition to the appearance features, the number of warp and weft yarns of the elastic herringbone fabric is close to each other, and the density is slightly higher than the weft density, so the hand feel is also relatively soft. Stretch herringbone fabric can be simply divided into two kinds of coarse twill and fine twill, coarse twill fabric with more than 32 cotton yarn for warp, weft yarn; fine twill fabric is 18 cotton yarn below for warp, weft yarn. Twill fabrics are available in white, bleached, and mottled colors and are commonly used in uniforms, sportswear, sports shoes, emery cloth backings and underlays.

 

If the wide-bleached stretch herringbone fabric is printed, its use will be wider. In addition, the primary-color and mottled-stretch herringbone-sloped fabrics will be brightened by electro-optic or calender finishing and can be used as an umbrella surface. And clothes folder. Stretch herringbone fabric is one of the mixed fabrics, and it is also one of the favorite conventional mixed fabric fabrics, mainly because of its fresh and refined appearance, charming style, and texture, feel, style, function, etc. For other mixed fabrics.

 

Stretch herringbone fabric uses polyester DTY75D yarn and Jindi compound 160D as raw materials, selects twill weave, and weaves on water jet loom. It has undergone a series of finishing processes such as dyeing and finishing. This fabric has a width of 150cm and a weight of 120g per meter. It is suitable for the production of men's and women's trousers, casual wear and ladies' skirts, etc.

 

If you compare elastic twill fabric diagonal fabric with plain weave, we can see that the plain weave fabric is interlaced with an up and down weave, and the twill weave is two up and down or three up and down; the plain weave is the same as the front and back, the twill weave is different, the front is The right or left ramp, the opposite side no ramp. So if it is the same yarn count and density, the plain weave is thick and thick, and the stretched herringbone fabric is relatively soft.

 

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