Warp Knits

Warp knitting is "a type of knitting in which the yarns generally run lengthwise in the fabric. The yarns are prepared as warps on beams with one or more yarns for each needle. Examples of this type of knitting are tricot, Milanese and raschel knitting" (Source - Dictionary of Fibers and Textile Technology).
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Fabrics

FABRICS

1. Introduction
2. Classification
3. Woven Fabrics
- Weight
- Count
- Grain
- Balance
- Width
3.1 Basic Weaves
- Construction
- Plain
- Twill
- Satin
- Performance
- End Use
- Care
3.2 Complex Weaves
- Construction
- Figure
- Surface Figure
- Pile
- Double Cloth
- Other Woven
- Performance
- End Use
- Care
4. Knitted Fabrics
4.1 Weft Knits
- Jersey Knit
- Rib Knit
- Purl Knit
- Variations
- Double Weft
- Performance
- End Use
- Care
4.2 Warp Knits
- Tricot
- Raschel
- Performance
- End Use
- Care
5. Nonwoven Fabrics
- Web Formation
- Bonding
- Performance
- End Use
- Care
6. Other Fabrics
- Multicomponent
- Open-mesh
- Tufted
- Braided
- Embroidered
- Performance
- End Use
- Care
7. Other Materials
7.1 Leather
- Faux/Imitation Leather
- Performance
- End Use
- Care
7.2 Fur
- Faux/Imitation Fur
- Performance
- End Use
- Care
 
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