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The main features and types of colored plain fabric Mar 20, 2018

In the process of making colored plain fabrics, wefts and warp yarns are interwoven once every other yarn (ie, the yarns are one on top of one). This cloth is characterized by a large number of intertwining points, a firm texture, a good scratch, and a smooth surface. It is lighter, thinner, and more wear-resistant, and has good air permeability. High-grade embroidery fabrics are generally colored plain weave fabrics.

Main Features of Colored Plain Fabric

The basic characteristics of the color plain weave fabrics are mainly plain weave fabrics. The yarns have more interweaving points in the fabric. This will make the fabrics stiffer and firmer than other tissue fabrics of the same specifications. The wear resistance is good, the strength is high, and the fabric surface is even And the same is true and negative.

Types of Colored Plain Fabric

According to the thickness of warp and weft yarns, colored plain weave fabrics can be divided into coarse flat cloth, medium flat cloth and fine flat cloth.

1. Crude flat cloth, also known as coarse cloth, is mostly made of pure cotton special yarn. Its characteristic is that the cloth body is rough, thick, and there are more impurities in the cloth neat, and it is firm and durable. Market-selling rough cloth is mainly used as clothing lining cloth. In rural areas and coastal fishing villages, shirts and quilts are also available for sale in denim. After dyeing for shirts, pants material.

2. Zhongping cloth, also known as city cloth, is also known as Baishi cloth sold by the city. It is made of special cotton yarns or viscose fiber yarns, cotton yarns, polyester cotton yarns, etc.

3. Fine flat cloth, also known as fine cloth, is made of fine cotton yarns, viscose rayon yarns, cotton rayon yarns, and polyester/cotton yarns.

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