The difference between knitted T-shirts and woven work clothes
Knitted fabrics are fabrics such as T-shirts, Polo-shirts, which are formed by bending a yarn into a loop in order, and then forming a loop between the loops. According to the different directions of coil weaving can be classified. Lateral weaving is called weft weaving. Vertical weaving is called weaving. The woven fabric is a fabric formed by weaving two or more vertical yarns vertically through a shuttle, such as work clothes and workwear uniforms. The yarns in different directions can be classified into different types. The horizontal ones are called weft yarns and the longitudinal ones are warp yarns. The basic unit of the knitted fabric is the loop, and the basic unit of the woven fabric is the organizational point where the warp and weft intersect.
The difference in weaving between knitted fabrics and woven fabrics Next, we should talk about the different characteristics of knitting and weaving. The knitted fabric is formed by a hole-shaped coil, which has better air permeability, more uniform stretching in all directions, better elasticity, and softer feel. The coil's height and width can be changed from one another, so its extensibility is better. In addition, knitted fabrics are more comfortable to wear on the body, do not feel restrained, tight, and can fully reflect the curve of the human body. Woven fabrics are relatively light, the relationship between the extension and shrinkage of weft yarns is not large, and there is no conversion, and the extension is relatively poor. This fabric is generally dense, relatively hard, and not as soft as a knit. Woven fabrics are relatively strong and wear-resistant, and the number of garments produced is relatively large.