Summary:What is high count and high yarn fabric? Generally speaking, animal and plant fiber yarns with a yarn count of 60s or more belong to high-count yarns, and chemical fiber yarns with a yarn count of 90s or more belong to high-count yarns. High-count ya...
What is high count and high yarn fabric? Generally speaking, animal and plant fiber yarns with a yarn count of 60s or more belong to high-count yarns, and chemical fiber yarns with a yarn count of 90s or more belong to high-count yarns. High-count yarns are generally used for spinning high-grade fabrics and special fabrics.
High count cotton represents the fineness of cotton yarn. The higher the British count of the cotton yarn, the finer the yarn. The better the quality of the cotton and the more expensive the price. Generally speaking, yarns with more than 40 counts are regarded as higher counts. Therefore, high-count cotton has both pure cotton and non-pure cotton. Anti-static is better. Only special materials are completely anti-static.
High-count cotton is made of 100% cotton, no polyester cotton, and no chemical fiber fabrics, generally 30, 40, 60 and so on. For example, 30 78*65 means that the density of warp and weft in 1 square centimeter is 143 (78+65). 40 110*90 means that the density of warp and weft in 1 square centimeter is 200 (110+90). For high-end quilts such as wool quilts and duvet covers, 40 pieces of 133*72 fabrics are generally used to prevent burrowing.
Shirts made of high-count cotton fabrics are comfortable to wear, soft, sweat-absorbing, easily wrinkled, easily deformed, easy to dye or change color. A high-quality shirt should be at least pure cotton. As a person who really knows how to dress, you should know what kind of cotton fabric is really good.
The focus of good fabrics lies in the performance of various characteristics such as wearing life, washing life, visual perception, and wearing skin feel. The number of threads can only affect the characteristics of the raw materials, and the number of strands, weight, etc. There are many indicators. It is a confusing way to measure the quality of fabrics by using count as the main parameter.