Henggong Henggong is a pure cotton fabric woven with weft satin weave. Because the surface of the fabric is mainly covered by weft floats, it has the style of silk and satin, so it is also called horizontal satin. Advantages: The surface is smooth and compact, with a soft hand feel and full of luster. Disadvantages The surface floats longer, the wear resistance is poor, and the cloth surface is easy to fluff. Uses are mainly used as fabrics for women's and children's clothing and interior decoration fabrics. Cleaning and maintenance can not be soaked for too long, can not be vigorously rubbed, do not wring dry by hand.
Cotton woven straight tribute Warp satin cotton fabric. It has the appearance of woolen fabric with obvious twill effect on the surface. The weft yarn is slightly thicker or similar to the warp yarn. Can be divided into yarn direct tribute, half-line direct tribute and so on. After dyeing and finishing, the surface of the fabric is even, shiny and soft. Uses can be used as uniforms, outerwear fabrics, etc.
Crepe Crepe cloth is a thin plain-weave cotton fabric with uniform longitudinal wrinkles on the surface, also known as crepe. The advantages are light, thin, soft, smooth and novel, and have good elasticity. The shortcomings will appear as hidden wrinkles or wrinkles. It is suitable for all kinds of shirts, skirts, pajamas, bathrobes, etc. It can also be used as decorations such as curtains and tablecloths.
Seersucker Seersucker is a cotton fabric with special appearance and style characteristics. It is made of light and thin muslin cloth. The cloth surface presents small bubbles with uniform and dense unevenness. The advantages are good skin-friendliness and breathability, and it is easy to take care of. Disadvantages The bubble wrinkles of the fabric will gradually be worn out after a long period of use. Uses are mainly used as fabrics for women's and children's summer dresses, as well as bedspreads, curtains and other decorative items. MaiGoo editor reminds that seersucker can only be washed in cold water, warm water will damage the wrinkles of the fabric, it is not suitable to scrub and twist.
Checkered cloth Checkered cloth is a large variety of colored fabrics. The warp and weft yarns are arranged at intervals of two or more colors, and the pattern is mostly slivers or lattices, so it is called checkered cloth. Features: The striped cloth has a smooth surface, a light and thin texture, clear strips, coordinated color matching, and bright colors. The organization is mostly plain weave, but also twill, small pattern, honeycomb and leno weave. Uses are mainly used as summer clothes, underwear, lining cloth, etc.
Where's the thread Woven with dyed yarn or thread, it has a thick texture and looks a bit like wool.