Knitted Fabric

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Types of knitted fabric
* Jersey
* Rib
* Interlock
* Pique
* Mesh
* Thermal
* Terry
* Flat Back Rib
* Needle- Out and Dropped Needle
* Pointelle
* Fleece
* Velour
* Crepe
* Herringbone
* Feed Stripes
* Ottoman
* Tuck Crepe
* Jacquard Lace
* Jacquard Blisters
* Burlettes
* Twill
* Milano Rib
* Berber
* Ponte di Roma
* Jacquard Novelties

Jersey is a knit fabric used predominantly for clothing manufacture. It was originally made of wool, but is now made of wool, cotton, and synthetic fibres. Since medieval times Jersey, Channel Islands, where the material was first produced, had been an important exporter of knitted goods[1] and the fabric in wool from Jersey became well known. The fabric can be a very stretchy Single knitting, usually light-weight, jersey with one flat side and one piled side.[2] When made with a light weight yarn, this is the fabric most often used to make T-shirts.[2] Or it can be a double knitted jersey, with less stretch, that creates a heavier fabric of two single jerseys knitted together (Double Jersey) to leave the two flat sides on the outsides of the fabric, with the piles in the middle.[2] Jersey is considered to be an excellent fabric for draped garments, such as dresses, and women's tops. The following types of Jersey can be distinguished:

* Single Jersey fabric - weight: 140 g / m²
* Double Jersey
* Interlock Jersey
* Jacquard Jersey
* Clocqué Jersey
* A knitting machine is used to make jersey, since it can create the small, even, close grained stitches associated with jersey fabric. Like many other knit fabrics, jersey fabric has a right side and a wrong side. The right side of the material is marked by a series of very small lines which run vertically, and the wrong side has a horizontal grain. In most cases, a garment made from jersey fabric is sewn with the right side facing out, unless the seamstress is...
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