The monochromatic jacquard is a jacquard dyed fabric - […]
The monochromatic jacquard is a jacquard dyed fabric - the jacquard fabric is woven by the jacquard weaving machine and then dyed and finished. The finished fabric is solid color; the multi-color jacquard is a yarn-dyed jacquard fabric - the first yarn is dyed and then the jacquard weaving machine Made of, and finally finishing, so the yarn-dyed jacquard fabric has more than two colors, the fabric is rich in color, not monotonous, the flower has a strong three-dimensional sense and a higher grade. The width of the fabric is not limited, the cotton fabric has a small shrinkage, no ball, no fading. Jacquard fabrics can generally be used for high-end clothing production materials or decorative industry materials (such as curtains, sofa cloth materials)
The manufacturing process of jacquard fabrics is complicated. The warp and weft yarns are intertwined and uplifted to form different patterns, and the unevenness is obvious. The beautiful patterns such as flowers, birds, fish, insects, birds and beasts are woven.
Soft, delicate, smooth and unique texture, good gloss, good drape and breathability, high color fastness (yarn dyeing). The pattern of the jacquard fabric is large and exquisite, the color layer has a distinct three-dimensional effect, and the pattern of the small jacquard fabric is relatively simple and relatively simple.
Satin Jacquard fabric (cloth): The warp and weft yarns are interlaced at least once, so the satin weave makes the fabric denser, so the fabric is thicker. Satin tissue products cost more than similar plain and twill weave products. Fabrics woven from satin weave are collectively referred to as satin fabrics. The satin fabric has the front and back sides, the least interlacing point in a complete tissue loop, the longest float line, and the fabric surface is almost entirely composed of warp threads in the warp or weft direction, and the satin fabric is soft in texture. The satin fabric has the front and back sides, and the fabric is smooth and delicate. The most common satin fabric is striped satin, referred to as satin. Divided into 40 pieces of 2 m 4 wide satin strips and 60 pieces of 2 m 8 wide satin strips. First weaving and dyeing process, the fabric is generally solid and extends as a horizontal strip. The cotton fabric has a small shrinkage, no ball, and is not easy to fade.