Why knitted fabrics are more elastic and breathable tha […]
Why knitted fabrics are more elastic and breathable than woven fabrics
Why are knitted fabrics more elastic and breathable than woven fabrics? Knitted fabrics are different from woven fabrics in style and characteristics. The style of clothing should not only emphasize the advantages of the fabrics, but also overcome its shortcomings. Because individual knitted fabrics are dispersible, when designing and making patterns, we should pay attention to some knitted fabrics not to use too many exaggerated techniques, as far as possible, do not design roads, cutting lines, and splicing seams should not be too much to prevent knitting loops. It will affect the wearability of the clothing, and the simple and soft lines should be used in harmony with the soft and fit style of knitwear.
One. Utilize the stretchability of knitted fabrics
Knitted fabrics have good elasticity, and can minimize the joints, gathers, and splices designed for modeling when designing the model. Secondly, knitted fabrics are generally not suitable to use the techniques of return and exfoliation, but to use the elasticity of the fabric itself or the appropriate use of folds to fit the curve of the human body. Then the elasticity of the fabric becomes an important basis in the design and production of the model.
The model of woven clothing is generally larger than the area required to wrap the human body, that is, there is a certain amount of looseness relative to the human body; while knitted clothing depends on the fabric structure used, if the fabric with particularly large elasticity (and the use of The yarn is related to the organizational structure) Not only does it leave no looseness when designing the template, its sample size can be the same as the human girth size, or it can be reduced in consideration of the elastic coefficient.
Second, use the hemming of knitted fabrics
The curling of knitted fabrics is the phenomenon of edge fabric wrapping caused by the disappearance of the stress in the edge loops of the fabric. Hemming is the shortcoming of knitted fabrics. It can cause uneven seams of garment pieces or size changes of garment edges, and ultimately affect the overall shape of the garment and the size of the garment. But not all knitted fabrics have hemming properties, but only fabrics with individual weaves such as weft jerseys. For this kind of fabric, you can pull the edges and insert ribs by adding dimensions when designing the pattern. Or piping and inlaid adhesive interlining strips on the edge of the garment. The hemming of some knitted fabrics has been eliminated during the finishing process of the fabric, which avoids the trouble of template design.
What needs to be pointed out is that many designers can use the fabric's curling property to design it on the neckline and cuffs of the model based on the understanding of the fabric performance, so that the clothing has a special appearance style, which is refreshing. Especially in the knitting of shaped clothing, it can also use its curling to form a unique pattern or dividing line.
Three, pay attention to the dispersibility of knitted fabrics
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