The difference between knitted fabric and woven fabric
Posted by Admin | 04 Nov
Knitted fabric is a kind of fabric formed by bending the yarn into loops in sequence, and then the loops are interlocked with each other. According to the different directions of coil weaving, it can be classified. The horizontal one is called weft knitted fabric, and the vertical one is called warp knitted fabric. The woven fabric is a fabric formed by vertically interweaving two or more sets of vertical yarns through a shuttle machine. The yarns in different directions can be divided into different types, the horizontal ones are called weft yarns, and the vertical ones are called warp yarns.
The knitted fabric is formed by hole-shaped loops, which has better air permeability, more uniform extension in all directions, better elasticity and softer hand feeling. The height and width of the coil can be converted between each other, so its extensibility is better. In addition, the knitted fabric is more comfortable to wear on the body, does not feel restrained and tight, and can fully reflect the curvaceous beauty of the human body. Woven fabrics are relatively light, the relationship between weft extension and shrinkage is small, and no conversion occurs, so the extensibility is relatively poor. This fabric is generally denser, harder, and not as soft as knitted. Woven fabrics are more durable and wear-resistant, and are produced in large quantities in clothing and other aspects. If you need such fabrics, you can go to the Internet to have a look.