Satin fabric is a general term for satin weaves of vari […]
Satin fabric is a general term for satin weaves of various sizes, a fabric structure that is evenly distributed but not continuous by individual tissue points on two adjacent warp or weft yarns.
The satin fabric is divided into two types: a satin fabric and a weft satin fabric. It is the most complicated of the three original organizations. The individual tissue points in the satin weave are covered by the long lines of two adjacent warp or weft yarns. The surface of the fabric is smooth and even, soft, shiny or slightly textured.
Satin fabrics include a variety of satin fabrics in varying shades and satin. Such as: yarn straight tribute, half line Zhigong, Henggong and other 9 kinds.
Satin cloth is widely used, and is often used as a quilt, a dress, a shoe upper, and a decorative cloth.
The basic feature of satin fabric is that it adopts various satin weaves. The warp or weft yarns have long floating lines covering the surface of the fabric, which are smooth and lustrous in the direction of the floating yarn. The satin texture is soft, delicate and elastic. The pattern is richer than the cotton twill fabric.