What Are The Characteristics Of Jacquard Fabrics Commonly Used In Tablecloth Fabrics?


    Jacquard fabric is a kind of thick and thick fabric […]

    Jacquard fabric is a kind of thick and thick fabric woven by combed fabrics with multiple weave or double or multi-layer complex weave. name.

    The pattern on the jacquard tablecloth fabric is not ordinary printing or embroidery, but is woven with yarn. When the fabric is weaved, the warp and weft structure changes, and the warp and weft are intertwined to form different patterns, forming flower patterns, fine yarn counts, and high needle thread density. The fabric is generally very thin, not thick, and very soft and dense. It has high requirements on cotton and requires finer yarns, generally around 40s.

    In addition, the larger the count, the thinner the count, the smaller and thicker the count, and the thicker the woven cloth. Generally, the count of sateen is about 40. The surface of the satin jacquard fabric with the process of first weaving and dyeing is uneven, and beautiful patterns such as flowers, birds, fish, insects, birds and beasts can be weaved by warp and weft threads.

    The unique texture of jacquard fabric is soft, delicate and smooth, with good gloss, good drape and air permeability, and high color fastness (yarn dyeing). The pattern of jacquard fabric is large and exquisite, and the color layer is distinct and three-dimensional. It is not deformed or faded when used, and it has a good comfort.