Double-wall fabrics are two-layer fabrics that overlap each other and are formed by interweaving two or more independent warp yarns and two or more independent weft yarns, collectively referred to as double-layer fabrics. Then in the double-layer fabric, the warp yarn of the upper layer and the weft yarn of the upper layer are called the surface warp and the surface weft, and the fabric formed by interweaving the surface warp and the surface weft is called the surface fabric. The warp and weft yarns of the lower layer are called inner warp and inner weft. The fabric formed by interweaving the inner warp and the inner weft is called the inner weave, and the warp and weft interweaving points connecting the upper and lower fabrics are called joints.
Double Wall Fabric Features:
In terms of the characteristics of double-walled fabrics, two pieces of fabrics are directly organized together through technical means, and the two pieces of fabrics can be directly separated or connected together. To put it simply, fabric can be used on both sides, and one side can also be used.
That is to say, the fabric it can be made of is very soft, light and airy, and is suitable for shirts, shirts, etc. or conventional clothing fabrics; it can also be very heavy and elegant, and the finished product can be used as clothing fabrics for outings or more fashionable fabrics. Special fabric.
Double-wall fabrics can also be divided into various types according to different textile materials: cotton double-wall fabrics, polyester-cotton double-wall fabrics, elastic double-wall fabrics, rayon double-wall fabrics, and cotton nylon double-wall fabrics. Wide range of double wall fabrics including wall fabrics.
In fact, double-layer fabrics can have plain weave on the front and back, twill on the front and plain on the back, or jacquard on the front and twill or plain or jacquard on the back.
Moreover, in the weaving process of double-wall fabrics in the early stage, different raw materials, colors, yarn counts, tissue arrangements and other processes are used to make the fabrics wrinkled and foamed in the later dyeing. You can also do all the dyeing and finishing follow-up processes on this fabric, including: antibacterial and deodorizing, crepe pressing, printing, calendering, coating, etc.