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Fully Fashioned Panel Fashioned sleeve Raglan shoulder Double knit3 color jacquard Multi sequence narrowing
Fully Fashioned Panel Fully fashioned sleeve In set sleeve3 color jacquard Double jersey Widening after cuff Narrowing on shoulder
Fully Fashioned Panel Fully fashioned in set sleeve2 color jacquard single jersey 2 cord cable in center Widening after cuff Narrowing on shoulder
Fully Fashioned Panel Fully fashioned garment Bat wing style3 color jacquard blister Widening after rib border
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Fully Fashioned Panel Fully fashioned in set sleeveOver all 2 cord cable pattern Fashioned marks on shoulder
Fully Fashioned PanelsRaglan short sleeve Double knit structure in half gauge Narrowing after the cuff Multi needles on selvedge selected for narrowing
Fully Fashioned Panel The inclined wales show the narrowing on double knit structure in half gauge No fashion mark on double knit structure after narrowing
Fully Fashioned Panel Fully fashioned front panelNarrowing on arm holes Aran pattern ie. cable & cross over
Fully Fashioned Panel Fully fashioned raglan sleeve2 cord cable in center Widening with cheap yarn after the draw thread Rib set up after widening
Fully Fashioned Panel Restarting a new panel cycle after narrowing on modern V-bed machine with take down comb No widening required
Fully Fashioned PanelsFully fashioned collars Mainly in full Milano structure Narrowing after the welt Dummy fashion marks only
Fully Fashioned Panel Fully fashioned under garment Opera top styleMiddle section shrunk by the 2x2 rib Petinet / leaf pattern on top and bottom Purl stitch on top selvedges
Fully Fashioned Panel Intarsia front panelAll over 2 cord cable pattern Collar and body knit in one process No linking or rib attaching on neck is required
Fully Fashioned Panel Fully fashioned front panel Fashioned V-neckSee through cable in the center formed by separate yarn carriers same as the intarsia method
Fully Fashioned Panel Fully fashioned front panel Fashioned V-neckNarrowing on arm holes Intarsia & 2 cord cable pattern
Fully Fashioned Panel Curl collar or rolled collarThe rolled portion is plain knit Collar and body knit in one process No linking is required
Fully Fashioned Panel Fully fashioned garment with curl collar or rolled collar
Fully Fashioned Panel Fancy V-neck on double knit panelNo linking or rib attaching is required on the neck
Fully Fashioned Panel Fancy neck formation with automatic edge bindingNeck and front panel are knitted in one process No linking and hand sewing is required
Fully Fashioned Panel Straight collar on double knit body panel
Fully Fashioned Panel Fancy 3-D neck by the integral garment method with edge binding
Fully Fashioned Panel Intarsia garmentV-neck and body knit in one process No linking or rib attaching on neck is required
Fully Fashioned Panel Top of an in set sleeve Pucker sleeveFormed by automatic edge binding after loop transfer
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