Industry News

Home / News / Industry News / What is the difference between jacquard fabrics and embroidered fabrics?

What is the difference between jacquard fabrics and embroidered fabrics?

What is jacquard knitwear?
Jacquard is a pattern on the fabric that is woven with different colors of yarn when weaving. Compared with embroidered fabrics, the cost is higher, the quality and the air permeability are better. Therefore, the price is above 800 yuan. The jacquard is a knitted fabric with a floating thread woven in a weft knitting machine using a jacquard weave. When the fabric is woven, the warp and weft structure is used to form a flower pattern, the yarn count is fine, and the raw cotton is extremely demanding. The monochrome jacquard and the multi-color jacquard weaving and dyeing process are different. The monochromatic jacquard is a jacquard dyed fabric. After the jacquard weaving machine weaves the jacquard fabric, it is dyed and finished. The finished fabric is solid color; the multi-color jacquard is colored. Weaving jacquard fabric - first dyed the yarn and then weaved by jacquard weaving machine, and finally finishing, so the yarn-dyed jacquard fabric has more than two colors, the fabric is rich in color, not monotonous, and the three-dimensional pattern is more Strong, higher grades. The width of the fabric is 2 meters 5, and the cotton fabric has a small shrinkage, no ball, no fading.

What is embroidery?
It is an art of adding people's design and production to any existing fabric with needles and threads. Embroidery, also known as silk embroidery, is one of China's outstanding national traditional handicrafts. According to the "Shang Shu" recorded in the ceremonial system of the four thousand years ago, it stipulates that "clothing and painting will be embroidered"; in the "Book of Songs", there is also a depiction of "Suyi Zhu embroidery". The ethos of advocating embroidered clothing in the Song Dynasty has gradually become popular among the people, which has also promoted the development of Chinese silk embroidery. Embroidery in the Ming Dynasty has become a highly expressive work of art. It has successively produced Su embroidery, Yue embroidery, Xiang embroidery and Qian embroidery, which are known as "four famous embroidery". Among them, Suzhou's Suzhou embroidery and silk silk (kesi) are the most famous.