Explain the differences between knitted fabrics and woven fabrics
There may be many people in life who don't know the difference between knitted fabrics and woven fabrics, but understanding these may be of great help to our lives. Knitted fabrics and woven fabrics have great differences in production process, and different processes will certainly bring different effects. However, most people may not pay much attention to whether the fabric is knitted or woven. In fact, knitted fabric and woven fabric are very different. If we understand them carefully, we can find out their differences.
Manufacturing process difference:
To understand their differences, we should understand their basic processes. Knitted fabric is a kind of knitted fabric which is formed by bending the yarn into coils in sequence and then stringing the coils together. The coils can be classified according to different directions of braiding. The horizontal ones are called weft knitted fabrics, and the longitudinal ones are called warp knitted fabrics. Shuttle fabric is a fabric made by weaving two or more groups of vertical yarns on a shuttle machine. Yarns in different directions can be divided into different types. The transverse yarn is called weft yarn and the longitudinal yarn is called warp yarn. The basic unit of knitted fabric is the coil, while the basic unit of woven fabric is the organization point where the warp and weft intersect.
Next, we should talk about the different characteristics of knitting and tatting. Knitted fabric is formed by hole-shaped coils, with good permeability, uniform extension in all directions, good elasticity and soft feel. The height and width of its coil can be converted from each other, so its extensibility is relatively good. In addition, knitted fabrics are more comfortable to wear and will not feel constrained and tight, which can fully reflect the curve beauty of the human body. Woven fabrics are relatively light, and the relationship between weft extension and shrinkage is small, and there is no conversion, and the extensibility is poor. This fabric is generally dense and hard, not as soft as knitted fabric. Woven fabrics are relatively strong and wear-resistant, and are produced in large quantities in clothing and other aspects.
Knitted and woven fabrics have differences. There are great differences in manufacturing technology and fabric characteristics, and each has different uses. I believe that the above sharing can help us understand knitted fabrics and woven fabrics.