Classification of sofa fabric
Update:2023-02-20 15:22:46 Monday
Summary:Sofa fabric can be divided into polyester, cotton, etc. according to different components.For example, polyester fabrics can be divided into: suede, super soft velvet, corduroy, chenille, etc.Sofa fabrics have different classification methods accordi...
Sofa fabric can be divided into polyester, cotton, etc. according to different components.
For example, polyester fabrics can be divided into: suede, super soft velvet, corduroy, chenille, etc.
Sofa fabrics have different classification methods according to different types.
According to the composition of raw materials, there are cotton, linen and chemical fiber.
There are many kinds of chemical fibers, including polyester, acrylic, viscose, rayon, etc. Many chemical fiber fabrics are mixed with several ingredients.
As for silk and wool, they are very rare. I have never been in touch with knowledge.
According to the dyeing method, there are dyed and dyed.
Dyeing is to weave the cloth first, and then dye the color; Yarn-dyed yarn is dyed before weaving.
No matter what composition of cloth, it can be made into dyed cloth or dyed cloth. Generally, monochrome fabrics are basically dyed fabrics, and non-monochrome ones are colored fabrics.
According to the type of yarn, there are textile suede, chenille yarn, etc.
Imitation suede is a kind of fabric that looks like suede, and its composition is all polyester, which is very much in the market at present.
Chenille yarn is a relatively thick yarn, which looks fluffy. The cloth woven with Chenille is called Chenille. There are many kinds of ingredients, polyester and viscose can be made into chenille. This kind of cloth is thick and rough in style. At present, there are many in the market.
The fabric ingredients that the store tells you are basically mixed with various names, not in accordance with a unified standard. The common ones are suede, chenille, yarn-dyed cloth, cotton cloth and linen.
These fabrics are not good or bad, but they have different characteristics.
According to the price, the fabric with the same weight of gram, polyester is the cheapest, cotton is more expensive, and linen is much more expensive. But many colored fabrics or chenille fabrics are heavier and thicker, so the price will be higher.