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Fiber Construction Project

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Alyssa Garner

on 16 October 2014

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Plain Weave
The plain weave is the simplest of all weaves. You pass over one, and go under one.
Advantages and Disadvantages
of the Plain Weave
Advantages: Snag resistant, wears well, reversible and high thread density
Twill Weave
Advantages and Disadvantages
of the Twill Weave
Advantages: It is stronger and more durable than a plain weave.
Satin Weave
Satin weaves usually have a glossy surface and a dull back
Advantages and Disadvantages
of the Satin Weave
Advantages: High luster, smooth, lustrous and rich-looking
Weft Knit
Weft-knits are knitted with one yarn, usually used to produce interesting color patterns
Advantages and Disadvantages
of the Weft Knit
Advantages: Heavy, firm and good shape retention
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Fiber Construction Project
By: Alyssa Garner
Some examples are muslin, voile, broadcloth, percale, taffeta and crepe.
Disadvantages: Ravels, appears uninteresting, shows wrinkle and has lower tear strength
Suggested garments: Shirts, handkerchiefs and sheets
You can recognize this weave by the parallel, diagonal ridges on the fabric surface.
Examples: Denim, chino, and gabardine
Suggested garments: Jeans
Other definitive fabric traits: Twill weaves have a front which is the technical face and a back called the technical back
Disadvantages: It frays and creates space within the fabric
Examples: Nylon, silk and polyester
Suggested Garments: Dressy clothes, athletic shorts, night gowns and blouses
Other definitive fabric traits: There are 12 types of Satin
Disadvantages: Snag, pull and appears greasy after wearing it after a while
Suggested Garments: T-shirts, dresses, pantyhose and sweaters
Disadvantages: If a loop breaks, it creates a run
Other definitive fabric traits: It looks the same on the fabric's face and reverse, which makes it reversible
Common fabrics: Jersey, purl, rib, interlock and double knits
Warp Knit
Each loop in the horizontal direction is made from different thread
Common fabrics: Tricot and raschel
Suggested garments: Sports wear, shoe fabric and tulle fabrics
Other definitive fabric traits: Warp knitting comprises of several types of knitted fabrics
Advantages: Higher productivity rates than weaving, large working widths and variety of fabric construction
Disadvantages: It always has to be done by machine
Seamless Knit
Seamless knitting is circular knitting or knitting in the round is a form of knitting that creates a seamless tube
Suggested Garments: Sweaters and active wear
Common Fabrics: Single, purl, ribbed, double, interlock and sweater knits
Advantages: Higher productivity, lightness and softness, no bulky or irritating stitches, better look,better fit and more comfortable
Disadvantages: They may run if snagged and the edges curl
Other Nonwoven Fabric
Nonwoven fabric is a fabric-like material made from long fibers bonded together by chemical, mechanical, heat or solvent treatment
Common fabrics: Polypropylene
Advantages: Very durable fabric, stretchy, soft and has good thermal insulation
Disadvantages: Limited life, single-use fabric
Suggested garments: Medical, filters and geotextiles
Other definitive fabric traits: There are staple nonwovens and spunlaid nonwovens
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