Yarn weaving refers to the process of dyeing yarns (fil […]
Yarn weaving refers to the process of dyeing yarns (filaments) and then weaving colored yarns into fabrics. This process is called “first dyed fabrics” in Japan, and yarn-dyed fabrics have good products. Color fastness, good color and light, and a good layering, yarn dyeing is divided into two types: 1, full-color weaving, 2 half-dyed, those who dye the yarn (filament) first, then the colored yarn The fabric woven from the thread is called "dyed fabric".
There are two types of yarn-dyed fabrics:
The yarn of the warp (or weft) is dyed (or partially dyed) before the yarn is spun. The tension and shrinkage of the yarn are very different from those of the dyed yarn, so the yarn cannot be used for weaving. Yarn-dyed fabric, which is also the reason why the blank yarn can not be used in the warp direction. When the blank yarn is used as the weft-dyed yarn-dyed fabric, the yarn-dyed fabric often has a deformation of the cloth surface during the finishing process, because the blank is used as the weft yarn. The yarn shrinkage is different from the warp yarn. This also results in the colorless yarn being basically treated by a semi-bleaching or full bleaching process.
2. full color weaving
Before the yarn spinning, the warp and weft yarns are dyed (or partially dyed), and the dyed yarn is woven into a fabric. The fabric making process is a full-color weaving process in yarn-dyed.
What is the difference between half-dyed and full-color?
Half-dyed: In order to increase the variety of fancy and color of the fabric, and at the same time reduce the production cost of the fabric, the semi-dyed method is usually used to dye the warp and weft yarns by using different raw materials.
Full-color weaving: In order to give the fabric a different color effect, we usually use the full-color weaving process, because we can't use different dyes to dye the same material to get different color fabrics.