Summary of small knowledge points of yarn-dyed fabrics
The production method of dyed-dyed fabrics is to dye the yarn first, and then spin it into cloth. This dyeing method is also called "dyed fabric priority" in foreign countries. Yarn-dyed fabrics can be divided into full-color fabrics and semi-color fabrics. It can be woven on knitting machines and shuttle looms. Compared with ordinary printed and dyed fabrics, dyed fabrics will have richer colors and three-dimensional sense, and are also popular fabrics in recent years. Let's take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of dyed fabrics.
Advantages of dyed fabrics:
This method of dyeing before weaving can better combine the dye and yarn, so that the color fastness of the fabric will also be better. Yarn-dyed clothes will not fade if washed properly. Moreover, it will have better color and three-dimensional sense. Yarn-dyed fabrics have the above advantages and have good market prospects.
Disadvantages of dyed fabrics:
Processing processes such as dyeing of colored fabrics require a lot of time and labor costs, so dyed fabrics will be much more expensive than ordinary printing and dyeing, and the proportion in the current garment fabric field is relatively low.
Yarn-dyed fabric price:
The price of dyed fabrics is mainly determined by the composition of the fabric. The price of dyed cotton fabrics is generally higher than that of chemical fiber fabrics.
Yarn-dyed linen: This yarn-dyed linen is made of 100% linen. This fabric is dyed. The width of this fabric is 140 cm. This fabric is neither elastic nor thin. Suitable for the production of wool sweater pants, pillowcases and other products.
Linen cotton dyed fabric: The fabric is made of 55% linen + 45% cotton, the width is 145cm, the feel is moderate, and the fabric is thin. It is suitable for the production of tops, dresses, wool sweaters and other clothing.