When you touch the fabric, you feel the rigidity, the reaction force of your opponent, and the feeling of being full of elasticity. For example, the feel of high-density fabrics made of elastic fibers and yarns. To make the fabric feel stiff, thicker fibers should be used, fiber modulus should be increased, yarn tightness and weaving density should be increased.
Softness refers to the softness of bending softness, light weight, fluffy, slippery, strong stiffness, flatness and smoothness. Make the fabric soft and improve the bulkiness of the yarn. Use finer yarn and the weaving density should not be too high.
The fabric is fluffy and gives a feeling of looseness and fullness. Compression and rebound are good, giving a warm and thick feeling.
Following the soft deformation of the body surface
comes from the feel of thick and hard fiber or strong twisted yarn, mainly the surface feel of the fabric, and the overall rigidity of the fabric has a reinforcing effect on it. You can obtain a smooth feel by twisting and using fibers with grooves or uneven surfaces.
6. slippery degree
comes from the soft and smooth feel of fine wool, such as cashmere. Slippery waxy degree is opposite to slippage degree, requiring the fabric surface fibers to be finer and distributed on the fabric surface in the form of hair curl or hairiness. Slippery waxiness is positively correlated with fluffy fullness.
The fabric's resistance to drape and its ability to stretch into a flat plane has nothing to do with elasticity. Choosing stiffer fibers and yarns to increase the weaving density will produce such performance characteristics.
Drape refers to the property that the fabric sags naturally under its own weight to form a curved surface. If the fabric can sag into a smooth, uniform curvature or even ripple surface, the fabric drape is said to be good