Monochrome jacquard fabric is a jacquard dyed fabric-th […]
Monochrome jacquard fabric is a jacquard dyed fabric-the jacquard grey fabric is woven by a jacquard loom and then dyed and finished. The finished fabric is a solid color; multi-color jacquard is a yarn-dyed jacquard fabric-dyed and then woven by jacquard The yarn-dyed jacquard fabric has more than two colors, the fabric is rich in color, does not appear monotonous, the pattern has a strong three-dimensional effect, and the grade is higher. The width of the fabric is not limited, and the pure cotton fabric shrinks slightly, does not ball, and does not fade. Jacquard fabrics can generally be used for high- and mid-range clothing production materials or materials used in the decoration industry (such as curtains, sofa materials). The manufacturing process of jacquard fabrics is complicated. The warp yarn and the weft yarn are intertwined with each other ups and downs to form different patterns, with concavities and convexities, weaving more beautiful patterns such as flowers, birds, fish, insects, birds and animals.
The texture is soft, delicate and slippery with unique texture, good gloss, good drape and air permeability, and high color fastness (yarn dyeing). The pattern of the jacquard fabric is large and exquisite, and the colors are distinct and three-dimensional, while the pattern of the small jacquard fabric is relatively simple and single.
Satin jacquard fabric (fabric): warp and weft are interwoven at least once every three yarns, so the satin weave makes the fabric denser, so the fabric is thicker. Satin weave products are more expensive than similar plain weave and twill weave products. Fabrics woven with satin weave are collectively called satin fabrics. Satin fabric has the front and back sides. The interweaving point in a complete loop is the least, and the floating thread is the longest. The surface of the fabric is almost entirely composed of floating threads in the warp or weft direction. The texture of the satin fabric is soft. The satin fabric has the front and back sides, and the cloth surface is smooth, delicate and shiny. The most common satin fabric is striped satin, or satin for short. It is divided into 40 satin strips of 2 meters 4 width and 60 satin strips of 2 meters 8 width. First weaving and then dyeing process, this kind of fabric is generally solid color, with horizontal strip extension. Pure cotton fabric shrinks slightly, does not ball, and is not easy to fade.