Compared with ordinary fabrics, twisted woven fabrics h […]
Compared with ordinary fabrics, twisted woven fabrics have a richer variety of styles. Twisted filaments can make the fabric smoother and silk texture more prominent. Twisted staple fibers can produce specific textures on the fabric, such as smooth crepe and willow. Crepe, etc., is not this style when weaving fabrics, but the specific texture formed by the finishing and twisting of the twisted yarn, and the three-dimensional feeling is more prominent. And if twisted yarn or twisted yarn is interspersed in the fabric, the style change is more personalized.
Twisted woven fabrics mainly refer to a class of textile fabrics obtained by changing the twist and twist direction of yarn (or silk). Except for individual filaments or network filaments, which are obtained by untwisted and untwisted filaments, almost any yarn raw material has twist, such as cotton, linen, lyocell, modal, etc. Without twist, it is impossible to form The so-called twisting of the yarn is the same as the principle of "stretching the rope", and it is not difficult to understand. However, the general twist is only a basic requirement, and the twist is not high. Fabrics cannot produce specific texture and style. Just like ordinary cotton, etc., they cannot be called twisted woven fabrics. The real twisted woven fabric achieves a certain effect by twist and direction. For example, chiffon crepe, satin crepe, rich crepe, which everyone knows well, is the style produced by using strong twisted yarn or strong twisted yarn and shrinking after desizing. Due to the effect of changes in twist and twist direction, it can be called a twisted woven fabric. And what effect does the twist direction have on the style of the cloth? The twist direction is divided into Z twist and S twist. For example, rayon twisted woven fabrics, if the warp yarns are all Z twists, the cloth surface is a single mirror surface; but if the warp yarns are alternately knitted with Z twists and S twists, the satin However, there is a faint twill effect, and this kind of cloth is a bit "magic". It has a distinctive difference and often has a higher value.
There is a lot of room for innovation in twisted woven fabrics because of the existence of twisting. Woven fabrics like the ordinary Mihara are relatively flat, and it is difficult to highlight individual characteristics. However, if strong twisted yarn or silk is interspersed in them, and the cloth is foamed or raised and concaved by strong retraction, the changes can be very rich. . Not only that, twisted woven fabrics can also be dyed and dyed, and other post-processing can also be done. Wouldn't the change be more "dreamy"? So I said that twisted woven fabrics can be changed 72 times, how you can change it is your imagination.