Thousands of fabrics are used in clothing, with a wide variety, colorful, and various classification methods. The fabrics have undergone different dyeing and finishing methods to form different color effects, so the fabrics can be divided into colored fabrics, bleached fabrics, dyed fabrics, printed fabrics, yarn-dyed fabrics, and yarn-dyed fabrics. Woven Grey Fabrics Manufacturer will give you a detailed introduction below.
1. Natural cloth
Natural color cloth is also called primary color cloth, which is a fabric that has not been printed and dyed and retains the original color of the fiber material. Although the natural color of most materials is milky white or pale yellow, the color is not beautiful, but it is comfortable and non-irritating. It is often used as a quilt for home-made quilts. It can be used to practice three-dimensional cutting. It is usually not used for finished clothing. However, the germs produced by colored cotton and colored wool have natural beautiful color because they do not need to be dyed and finished. The close-fitting clothes made of finished clothing or bedding are pollution-free, non-irritating, and belong to green fibers. They are very popular.
The bleached cloth is bleached, and the cloth is white in color. Because the cost of dyeing is eliminated and the cost is low, it is generally used as interlining, bag cloth in auxiliary materials, and can also be used as fabric.
3. Dyeing cloth
The grey cloth is dyed, and a uniformly colored fabric is called a dyed cloth. The front color of the fabric is single, but the color is bright and uniform, and the back is sometimes light, fuzzy, and uneven due to uneven dye penetration.
4. Printed cloth
Printed fabric is a printed fabric. It is a fabric that produces a pattern effect by the action of dyes or pigments. In general, the front pattern is clear, colorful, the lines are obvious, and the pattern is three-dimensional perfect. The back pattern is often blurred, the lines are unclear, and the colors are dim. Common are Bedding Twill Printed Fabric.
5. Yarn-dyed fabric
After the yarn is bleached or dyed, the fabric woven with warp and weft yarns of different colors is called yarn-dyed fabric, also called yarn-dyed fabric. If the warp and weft yarns are different colors, a two-color effect is often formed. For example, denim is warp and white weft. The front of the fabric is dark in color and the reverse is light in color. If not only the warp and weft are different colors, but the warp and weft are all bright filaments, the flash effect will often appear. It is often used to make ladies 'small suits and ladies' evening dresses.
6. Color spinning
Color-spun fabric is a fabric dyed with loose fibers. Firstly, dye some fibers or slivers, and then blend the primary (or light) fibers (or slivers) and dyed (or dark) fibers (or slivers) in a certain proportion or it can be mixed to make a color-spun yarn with a unique color mixing effect. The fabric weaving from this is called a color-spun fabric, also known as a color-spun fabric. If multiple different colors of fibers are mixed and respun, the woven fabric has a hazy color mixing effect, which can control the color difference to the maximum extent and improve the quality of the cloth surface. In the past, it was mostly used for woolen fabrics. In recent years, cotton fabrics have also appeared in color spinning fabrics, and they are more common in summer knitted T-shirts. It has uniform color mixing in the warp and weft directions, as well as color mixing in a single direction.
The above is the effect of different fabric colors, I hope to help everyone.