What are the common types of fabrics

What are the common types of fabrics

                       
Update:11-05-2021
Summary: In the big world of clothing, the fabrics of clothing are varied and changing with each passing day...
In the big world of clothing, the fabrics of clothing are varied and changing with each passing day. But generally speaking, high-quality and high-end fabrics have the characteristics of comfort, sweat absorption, breathability, crisp drape, noble visual image, and soft tactile design. The clothing worn in formal social applications should be made of pure cotton, pure wool, pure silk, and pure linen. Most of the garments made with these four products of pure natural materials and different fabrics have higher grade requirements.
1. Woven fabrics
It can also be called an organic fabric, which is a fabric formed by vertical interweaving and fusion of warp yarns and weft yarns. Its basic economic organization has three types: plain weave, twill weave and satin weave. The development of different woven fabrics is also constituted by the basic social organization of these three methods and by their varied organizations. Mainly include chiffon, Oxford cloth, denim, twill, flannel, satin and so on.
2. Knitted fabric
Knit the yarn or filament into loops with knitting needles, and then thread the loops together. Due to the loop structure of knitted fabrics, the storage capacity of yarn per unit length is relatively large, so most knitted fabrics have good elasticity. The knitted fabric can be single-sided or double-sided. Mainly include jersey, velvet, bird's eye cloth, mesh cloth and so on. Knitted fabrics can be divided into weft knitted fabrics and warp knitted fabrics.
1. Weft knitting fabric is fed through a weft yarn, yarn and fabric with stitch sequence from each curved string group. The common sweater is weft knitted fabric.
2. The direction of the loops of warp-knitted garment fabrics is just opposite to that of weft-knitting. It is a group or several groups of yarns arranged in a parallel structure, fed in the warp direction, bent into loops and interspersed with each other.