What is the difference between velvet and velvet

- Jun 25, 2018-

What is the difference between velvet and velvet

Velvet is a type of velvet weft knitted fabric. One side of the fabric is covered with a pile of upright fibers or yarns. The velvet is fine and soft to the touch. The velvet resembles the velvet in the velvet. In the class, the pattern is divided into the sculpted velvet and the anti-sculpted velvet. The organization can be plain weave and weft cut velvet. Smooth and breathable. There are cotton and chemical fiber. The velvet warp and weft yarns are made of untwisted raw silk. The plain weave is ground and the suede is light rayon. The cashmere warp is “W” shaped and floats on the surface of the fabric with a certain length of float. The resulting grey velvet is like a plain warp satin fabric. The cut surface of the fabric is cut with a velvet knife, so that each velvet is in a discontinuous horizontal line, and then processed through scouring, dyeing, brushing and the like to form a product. The density and height of the gold velvet fluff depends on the denier of the pile, the density, the length of the float, the arrangement ratio of the pile warp and the warp, and the like. True velvet fabrics are woven from gray yarns containing silk fibers into a grey cloth, characterized in that part of the silk fibers constituting the yarns are piled up to become velvet on the surface of the grey cloth. It will bring some of the silk fibers on the yarn directly to the velvet as a velour



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