Knitted fabric can be woven into grey fabric first, and […]
Knitted fabric can be woven into grey fabric first, and then cut and sewed into various knitted products; it can also be directly woven into fully formed or partially formed products, such as socks and gloves. In addition, knitted fabrics are widely used in the fields of industry, agriculture, medical care, etc. in addition to underwear, outerwear, socks, gloves, hats, bed sheets, bed covers, curtains, etc.
1. Use the elasticity of knitted fabric
Knitted fabrics have good stretchability, and can greatly reduce the seams, folds, splicing, etc. designed for modeling in the design of the model. Secondly, knitted fabrics are generally not suitable for modeling with the techniques of pushback and ironing, but the elasticity of the fabric itself should be used to fit the curve of the human body, and knitted clothing must be designed according to the different fabric structures used. If it is a particularly elastic fabric (related to the yarn and structure used), not only can you leave no looseness when designing the model, but its model size can be the same as the person's circumference size, and the elasticity coefficient can also be considered. Reduce its size.
Second, pay attention to the disengagement of knitted fabrics
Warp-knitted fabrics are different from woven fabrics in style and characteristics. The style of their clothing should not only emphasize the advantages of the fabric, but also overcome its shortcomings. Due to the shortcomings of individual knitted fabrics, special attention should be paid to some of the knitted fabrics in the design and production of the model. Do not use too much exaggeration. As far as possible, do not design roads, cutting lines, and splicing seams are not suitable. Too much, in order to prevent the disengagement of knitted loops and affect the applicability of clothing. The correct way is to use concise and soft lines in harmony with the soft and fit style of knitwear.
3. Pay attention to the curling of knitted fabrics
The curling property of knitted fabric is the phenomenon of edge fabric wrapping caused by the disappearance of the internal stress of the fabric edge loop. Be aware that curling is the deficiency of knitted fabrics. It can cause uneven seams at the garment pieces or changes in the size of the edges of the garment, which ultimately affects the overall shape of the garment and the size of the garment. But not all knitted fabrics have hemming, but only fabrics with individual structure such as weft jerseys; for such fabrics, the size can be used to pull and insert during the design of the model Ribbing or piping and inlaid adhesive strips at the edges of the garment.