what is a knitwear

- Apr 11, 2019-

A knit sweater is a process product in which a yarn of various raw materials and varieties is formed into a loop by a knitting needle, and then connected into a knitted fabric by a string, that is, a garment knitted by a knitting needle. Its soft texture, good wrinkle resistance and breathability, and greater stretch and elasticity, comfortable to wear.

Knitwear characteristics

Soft texture, good wrinkle resistance and breathability

Generally speaking, a knitwear refers to a garment that is woven with a knitting device, so in general, clothes knitted with wool, cotton, and various chemical fiber materials belong to a sweater, which includes a sweater. Even people generally say that sweatshirts and stretch shirts are actually knitted, so there are also knitted T-shirts, but for customary reasons, many people regard sweaters as ordinary thin sweaters. This is a big misunderstanding.

Knitting is divided into two categories: hand knitting and machine knitting. The basics sold in the market are all woven, and the hand-made ones are woven into sweaters and hats. They generally do not flow to the market. The manual labor costs are very high, and they cannot be formed in batches.

Modern technology uses synthetic chemical fibers and finishing techniques to improve the characteristics of knitted fabrics such as scratching, ironing and abrasion resistance. The application of finishing techniques such as brushing, sanding, shearing, ginning and pleating enriches the variety of knitwear. This type of clothing has a variety of colors and toughness.

According to different process characteristics, knitting production is divided into two categories: weft knitting and warp knitting.

Knitwear refers to garments woven from knitting equipment. A sweater is a type of sweater, and a sweater is a sweater that is woven with wool. In addition to the wool, the raw materials of the sweaters include cotton threads and various chemical fiber lines.