Textile fabrics are classified according to different processing methods


  (1) Woven fabric: a fabric which is interlaced o […]


(1) Woven fabric: a fabric which is interlaced on a loom according to a certain rule by yarns which are arranged perpendicularly to each other, that is, two systems in the transverse direction and the longitudinal direction. There are denim, brocade, slate, hemp and so on.

(2) Knitted fabric: A fabric formed by knitting a yarn into a loop, which is divided into weft knitting and warp knitting. a. The weft knitted fabric feeds the weft thread from the weft direction to the working needle of the knitting machine, so that the yarns are sequentially bent into a loop and are interwoven with each other. b. Warp knitted fabrics are formed by using one or several sets of yarns arranged in parallel, which are fed into all the working needles of the knitting machine in the warp direction and simultaneously formed into loops.

(3) Non-woven fabric: The loose fibers are bonded or stitched. At present, two methods of bonding and puncture are mainly used. This processing method can greatly simplify the process, reduce costs, and improve labor productivity, and has a broad development prospect.