Is Woven Fabric A Jacquard Fabric?


Is woven fabric a jacquard fabric? When the fabric is w […]

Is woven fabric a jacquard fabric? When the fabric is weaving, the warp and weft structure changes to form a pattern, the yarn count is fine, and the raw material cotton is extremely demanding. It can be divided into woven, warp-knitted jacquard and weft-knitted jacquard. Weft-knitted fabrics have good elasticity when stretched horizontally and longitudinally, while warp-knitted and woven jacquard have no elasticity when stretched horizontally and vertically.

Monochrome jacquard 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-the yarn is dyed and then passed on the jacquard loom It is woven and finished finally, so the yarn-dyed jacquard fabric has more than two colors, the fabric is rich in color, does not appear monotonous, the pattern is strong, 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 as materials for high- and mid-range clothing or for the decoration industry (such as curtains and sofa materials)

The manufacturing process of jacquard fabrics is complicated. Warp yarns and weft yarns intertwine up and down to form different patterns, with concavities and convexities, and weave more beautiful patterns such as flowers, birds, fish, insects, birds and beasts. Soft, delicate and slippery unique texture, good gloss, good drape and air permeability, and high color fastness (yarn dyeing). The patterns of jacquard fabrics are large and exquisite, and the colors are distinct and three-dimensional, while the patterns of small jacquard fabrics are relatively simple and single. Jacquard is divided into two-color jacquard and single-color jacquard.

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