What is the difference among different types of velvet fabric? Which fabric is velvet or flannel…You may not know how to distinguish. Today I will introduce 7 types of velvet fabric that many gym clothing manufacturers use…
Types of Velvet Fabric: Swan Velvet
Material: Silk + Cotton
Swan velvet is named after it originated in Zhangzhou, Fujian Province, China. It has been mass-produced in Ming Dynasty and is one of the traditional Chinese fabrics. The raw material of velvet is 22-30 cocoon grade A raw silk, silk is also used as warp and cotton yarn is weft. The loop is raised with silk or rayon. Both warp and weft are first degummed or semi-degummed, dyed, twisted and woven.
Types of Velvet Fabric: Golden Velvet
Raw material: silk + viscose fiber (cotton is chemically treated)
Golden velvet is a single-layer warp raised silk fabric interwoven with mulberry silk and viscose rayon. The suede is dense, long and slightly slanted, but not as smooth as other piles. It is generally used for women’s clothing, curtains and decorative items. The golden velvet fabric feels silky smooth and has toughness, and the clothes are really high-grade. Although it will lose some hair, it is soft and skin-friendly after washing.
Types of Velvet Fabric: Polar Fleece
Raw material: 100% polyester (long fiber, short fiber, superfine fiber); a certain proportion of spandex can be added (quality is difficult to control, technology needs to be improved).
Polar fleece, also known as sheep velvet, is a kind of knitted fabric. It is a small ingot knitting structure, which is woven on a large circular machine. After weaving, the grey fabric is first dyed, then napped, combed, sheared, polarized, etc. This complex process is processed, the front side of the fabric is napped, the polar grains are dense and fluffy but not easy to shed or pilling, the back napped is sparse and well-proportioned, the pile is short, the texture is clear, and the fluffy elasticity is excellent. Its ingredients are generally polyester and soft to the touch.
Types of Velvet Fabric: Coral Velvet
Material: polyester superfine fiber.
Coral fleece is a new type of fabric. Coral fleece, as the name suggests, is a colorful, coral-like textile fabric with good coverage. It is a new type of fabric. The texture is fine, soft to the touch, not easy to shed hair, no ball, no fading. No irritation to the skin, no allergies. Beautiful appearance and rich colors.
Types of Velvet Fabric: Flannel
The term flannel is a loanword, a soft and suede woolen fabric woven with carded wool yarn. It was created in Wales, England in the 18th century. Domestically, it generally refers to the woolen woolen fabric with a patterned style woven by mixed-color carded wool yarn.
There is a layer of plump and fine hair covering. It feels soft and flat, and the bones are slightly thinner than Melton. The flannel has a simple and elegant color, high weight, fine and dense wool, thick fabric, high cost and good warmth retention.
Types of Velvet Fabric: Dralon
What is the Dralon fabric material?
Dralon is a chemical fiber fabric. The composition of the fabric is more complicated, but it is generally made of acrylic fiber, which blends a certain proportion of spandex and polyester. Of course, some Dralon fabrics will be blended with a certain proportion of viscose fibers to make the fabric have a certain breathability!
- Dralon fabric has a very good weaving process, and the fabric color is delicate!
- Dralon fabric has very good thermal performance. The surface of the fabric has very fine fluff, forming a layer of air barrier, making the fabric have a good thermal performance!
- Dralon fabric has particularly good wear resistance.
- Printing and dyeing are reactive printing and dyeing, and the color will not fade after repeated washing.
- The air permeability is very good, especially not easy to fluff the ball!
Types of Velvet Fabric: Ferret Velvet
What is the composition of ferret fabric? Ferret fleece is the fluff on a ferret. A ferret is a small, rare animal. In order to withstand the severe cold, it has a very soft fluff. After the fur is removed from the needle hair, the fluff is left to make fur, so this is called ferret fur. This kind of fabric is usually used to make high-end clothing.
Because ferret fleece is relatively short, it is not suitable for direct use as a textile material. The ferret fleece on the market is a blend of man-made fiber and mink fleece.