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Why is knitted wool less common than woven wool

Why is knitted wool not as common as woven wool? Speaking of woolen fabrics, consumers first think of thick woolen coats, trench coats, skirts, etc. They are warm and comfortable, but they are also expensive. Some big-name wool The overcoat is more than seven or eight million. The woolen coat is the first choice for fashion wear for outdoor cold protection. This is a beautiful and delicate clothing that requires careful care. However, several woolen varieties that everyone knows well, Melton, Harris Tweed, etc. are woven wool. Consumers do n’t seem to understand or care about wool, and there are two types of knitted wool and woven wool. In fact, regardless of the consumer, the difference between knitted woolen cloth and woven woolen cloth is not even known to practitioners.


Knitted woolen cloth started late, and due to the limited capacity of woven woolen cloth in the early days, the raw materials were expensive, and the price of woolen fabrics remained high. As a high-end consumer product, consumers not only have a demand for fashion beauty, but also It has higher requirements on its physical wearing indicators. It is believed that if a coat of thousands of yuan will fade if washed once and pilling for a month, most consumers will not buy it. The several classic varieties of woven woolen fabrics are long-improved. No matter the style, performance, and cost are impeccable, woven woolen products have national inspection-free products, and the price and cost basically have several years of experience in the industry. The practitioners can be countless.


However, knitted wool is different. Once knitted wool was introduced, with its low investment in equipment, the explosive production capacity of woven wool several times stirred the muddy water of the wool market. However, despite the many advantages of knitted woolen fabrics, its physical wearing indicators are still difficult to compare with traditional woven woolen fabrics. Therefore, the early impact of knitted woolen fabrics on practitioners has always been a low-cost, high-yield, low-quality woolen woolen fabric. End-brands and miscellaneous brands are rarely used by brands. Therefore, the appearance of knitted woolen cloth has not been able to truly redefine the pattern of the woolen cloth market, but has survived as a segmented market relying on a fixed customer base. Therefore, if it isn't for special attention, practitioners who are not knitting woolen woolen knitting wool will only know its name and know no one about it.