Related introduction of satin jacquard fabric


Knowledge of "Satin Jacquard Fabric". First of all, ple […]

Knowledge of "Satin Jacquard Fabric".
First of all, please understand these three concepts: plain weave, twill weave, and satin.
Plain weave: The fabric woven with plain weave is called plain weave. The warp and weft yarns are interlaced every other yarn (that is, the yarn is 1 up and 1 down). This kind of cloth is characterized by many intertwined points, strong texture, very scratchy, and flat surface. High-grade embroidery fabrics are usually plain weave fabrics.
Twill: warp and weft yarns are interwoven at least once every two yarns, that is, 2 up 1 down or 3 up 1 down. Adding warp and weft interweaving points to change the fabric structure is collectively referred to as twill fabric. This kind of cloth is characterized by relatively thick and strong three-dimensional sense of organization. There are 30, 40 and 60 counts.
Satin cloth: Warp and weft yarns are interwoven at least once every three yarns, so the satin texture makes the fabric denser, so the fabric is thicker. Satin weave products are more expensive than similar plain weave and twill weave products, and the cloth surface is smooth, delicate and shiny. Plain weave, twill weave, and satin are the three basic weft and weft weaves. There is no specific distinction between good and bad here, and each has its own characteristics. Among them, the satin is definitely a fine product in cotton fabrics.
Let's talk about the satin in detail.
Triangular satin should distinguish four concepts: satin pattern, satin strip, satin grid, triangular jacquard.
What fabric is satin? In fact, through the introduction just now, you have understood that "plain weave, twill weave, and satin weave" are all fabrics, not the specific fabric.
The most common satin fabric is striped satin, referred to as satin. The lines are horizontal (see picture). Adopting weaving first and then dyeing, this kind of fabric is generally solid color. Can not afford the ball, not easy to fade.
Another type of satin is called satin grid, which is also solid color and has a lattice pattern (see picture).
Satin strips and satin grids are generally used as raw materials for bedding in hotels. They are inexpensive and luxurious. Satin strips and satin grids are also used as home kits, but they are far less popular than satin jacquard.
Jacquard fabric: the pattern on the fabric is woven, not ordinary printing, nor embroidery. When weaving the fabric, the warp and weft structure changes to form a flower pattern, the yarn count is fine, the needle thread density is high, it does not deform and fade, and it has a good sense of comfort. At present, jacquard is very popular in the market, and the satin bedding looks high-grade and tasteful. To distinguish the quality of the satin is to compare the yarn count and density.
Satin also talks about yarn count. Let's talk about the count first, which is what we often see 30, 40, 60, etc.! For example, 30 friends also call it 30S, that is the same, there is no difference! So what exactly is count? I understand it this way:
The count is a standard for the thickness of the yarn. For example, one gram of cotton can be made into 30 1-meter yarns, that is, 30 pieces, and one gram of cotton can be made into 40 1-meter-long yarns, that is, 40 pieces; one gram of cotton can be made into 60 One meter of yarn is 60, in fact, the higher the number of yarns, the thinner the yarn. The thinner the cloth is, the softer and more comfortable the cloth is. However, high-count cloth requires high quality of raw materials (cotton), and also requires higher requirements for yarn mills and weaving mills, so the cost of cloth is relatively high. High yarn count cloth is not suitable for bedding because it is too thin!