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Textile collection samples 56-60 single knit-jersey double knit pique double knit rib knit tricot.

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1 textile collection samples single knit-jersey double knit pique double knit rib knit tricot

2 sample 56 single knit—jersey fiber content: any natural or MF fiber yarn: spun or filament, fine or heavy fabric construction: single weft knit, plain stitch; face shows vertical lines (wales) while the back shows rows (courses) of crosswise lines (the round of the stitches) weights, uses: from top weight to heavy; used for many kinds of apparel—from underwear to evening dresses, also used in bedding names: from Channel Isle of Jersey fisherman’s knit sweaters

3 sample 57 double knit fiber content: any fiber type yarn: any yarn type fabric construction: weft knit, made on circular rib machine which has two sets of needles allowing separate yarn feeds to loop on either set—literally two fabrics knitted together weights, uses: top to heavy; suitable for more tailored garments, such as slacks, skirts, suits and sportswear names: comes from construction method

4 sample 58 pique double knit fiber content: any fiber type yarn: any yarn type fabric construction: weft knit, made on circular rib machine which has two sets of needles allowing separate yarn feeds to loop on either set—literally two fabrics knitted together knit in a kind of honeycomb stitch to look rather like a birdseye pique weights, uses: top to heavy; suitable for more tailored garments, such as slacks, skirts, suits and sportswear names: comes from construction method

5 sample 59 rib knit fiber content: any fiber type yarn: any yarn type fabric construction: single weft knit in which all the loops of some wales are drawn off to the back of the fabric while those of the other wales are off to the face across each course described by the number of wales drawn off to the face by the number drawn to the back— 1x1 finest weights, uses: excellent crosswise stretch and recovery; used for bands that fit closely to the body—sleeve or sock cuffs, waistbands, etc… names: named for a narrow ridge like the rib of an animal

6 sample 60 tricot fiber content: rarely silk, usually MF fiber, often nylon or polyester; may include some spandex yarn: almost always filament yarn—dictate by type of needle used on tricot machine fabric construction: warp knit; crosswise lines of a zig-zag pattern on technical back while technical face shows lengthwise wales that look like plain stitch wery stable fabric, even in sheer—loops do not unravel or run; some crosswise stretch but little give lengthwise weights, uses: made in weights from sheer to heavy—used for lingerie, nightwear, bridal and evening wear, loungewear, linings, dresses, and upholstery name: French tricoter meaning to knit—in English tricot means the product of this specific warp knitting machine


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