Fabrics

Fabrics

 

ID Fabric Name Fabric Categories Fabric Knittings Actions
1 Rayon 100% Rayon Spandex Weft Knitting - Single Knit
2 Rayon Spandex (96/4) Rayon Spandex Weft Knitting - Single Knit
3 Rayon Spandex (95/5) Rayon Spandex Weft Knitting - Single Knit
16 Poly Rayon Spandex (78/17/5) Polyester Weft Knitting - Single Knit
17 Poly Rayon Spandex (62/33/5) Polyester Weft Knitting - Single Knit
18 Rayon Poly Spandex (77/21/2) Rayon Spandex Weft Knitting - Single Knit
19 Poly Cotton (87/13) Polyester Weft Knitting - Single Knit
20 Nylon Spandex (90/10) Nylon Weft Knitting - Single Knit
21 Rayon Nylon Spandex (60/35/5) Rayon Spandex Weft Knitting - Single Knit
22 Poly Rayon Cotton (65/25/10) Polyester Weft Knitting - Single Knit
23 Poly Rayon Spandex (50/46/4) Polyester Weft Knitting - Single Knit
24 Poly Rayon Spandex (80/17/3) Polyester Weft Knitting - Single Knit
25 Rayon Poly (75/25) Rayon Spandex Weft Knitting - Single Knit
26 Rayon Nylon Poly (78/10/12) Rayon Spandex Weft Knitting - Single Knit
27 Poly Rayon Spandex (88/9/3) Polyester Weft Knitting - Single Knit
28 Cotton 100% Cotton Weft Knitting - Single Knit
29 Rayon Poly Spandex (68/28/2) Rayon Spandex Weft Knitting - Single Knit
30 Poly Cotton (60/40) Polyester Weft Knitting - Single Knit
31 Poly Rayon Spandex (63/34/3) Polyester Weft Knitting - Single Knit
32 Modal Polyester (73/27) Modal Weft Knitting - Single Knit
33 Poly Rayon Spandex (87/10/3) Polyester Weft Knitting - Single Knit
37 Poly Rayon Cotton (63/33/4) Polyester Weft Knitting - Single Knit
38 Rayon Spandex (97/3) Rayon Spandex Weft Knitting - Single Knit
39 Rayon Poly Spandex (58/39/3) Rayon Spandex Weft Knitting - Single Knit
4 Polyester 100% Polyester Weft Knitting - Double Knit
5 Poly Span (97/3) Polyester Weft Knitting - Double Knit
6 Poly Span (96/4) Polyester Weft Knitting - Double Knit
7 Poly Span (95/5) Polyester Weft Knitting - Double Knit
8 Hacci - Rayon Poly Spandex (77/21/2) Hacci Weft Knitting - Double Knit
9 Hacci - Rayon Poly Spandex (70/25/5) Hacci Weft Knitting - Double Knit
10 Hacci - Rayon Poly Spandex (68/28/4) Hacci Weft Knitting - Double Knit
11 Poly Cotton (65/35) Polyester Weft Knitting - Double Knit
12 Poly Cotton Rayon (50/38/12) Polyester Weft Knitting - Double Knit
13 Poly Rayon Spandex (87/9/4) Polyester Weft Knitting - Double Knit
14 Poly Rayon Spandex (46/46/8) Polyester Weft Knitting - Double Knit
15 Modal Polyester (75/25) Modal Weft Knitting - Double Knit
36 Modal Polyester (74/26) Modal Weft Knitting - Double Knit
40 Modal Polyester (60/40) Modal Weft Knitting - Double Knit
34 Poly Rayon Spandex (60/35/5) Polyester Warp Knitting- Raschel Knit
35 Poly Cotton (52/48) Polyester Warp Knitting- Raschel Knit

Fabric Categories

 

ID Fabric Categories Actions
1 Rayon Spandex
2 Hacci
3 Nylon
4 Print
5 Cotton
6 Stripes
7 Polyester
8 Modal
9 Monster

Fabric Knittings

Fibres

 

ID Fibre Fibre Attributes Source Description Fibre Type Actions
10 Cotton Lightweight, absorbent The cotton fibre grows on the seed of a variety of plants of the genus Gossypium. Of the four cotton species cultivated for fibre, the most important are G. hirsutum, which originated in Mexico and produces 90% of the world's cotton, and G. barbadense, of Peruvian origin, which accounts for 5%. World average cotton yields are around 800 kg per hectare. Cotton is almost pure cellulose, with softness and breathability that have made it the world's most popular natural fibre. Fibre length varies from 10 to 65 mm, and diameter from 11 to 22 microns. It absorbs moisture readily, which makes cotton clothes comfortable in hot weather, while high tensile strength in soap solutions means they are easy to wash. Plant-based fibres
16 Rayon Soft, lightweight, absorbent Rayon is a manufactured regenerated cellulose fiber. It is made from purified cellulose, primarily from wood pulp, which is chemically converted into a soluble compound Rayon is a versatile fiber and is widely claimed to have the same comfort properties as natural fibers, although the drape and slipperiness of rayon textiles are often more like nylon. It can imitate the feel and texture of silk, wool, cotton and linen. The fibers are easily dyed in a wide range of colors. Rayon fabrics are soft, smooth, cool, comfortable, and highly absorbent, but they do not insulate body heat, making them ideal for use in hot and humid climates, although also making their "hand" (feel) cool and sometimes almost slimy to the touch. Synthetic fibres
17 Nylon Durable, strong, lightweight, dries quickly Nylon is a generic designation for a family of synthetic polymers, more specifically aliphatic or semi-aromatic polyamides. They can be melt-processed into fibers, films or shapes. Nylon is made of repeating units linked by peptide bonds and is a type of polyamide and is frequently referred to as such. Nylon was the first commercially successful synthetic thermoplastic polymer. Commercially, nylon polymer is made by reacting monomers which are either lactams, acid/amines or stoichiometric mixtures of diamines (-NH2) and diacids (-COOH). Mixtures of these can be polymerized together to make copolymers. Nylon polymers can be mixed with a wide variety of additives to achieve many different property variations. Synthetic fibres
18 Polyester Durable, strong, lightweight, dries quickly Polyester is a category of polymers that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. As a specific material, it most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET). Polyesters include naturally occurring chemicals, such as in the cutin of plant cuticles, as well as synthetics through step-growth polymerization such as polybutyrate. Natural polyesters and a few synthetic ones are biodegradable, but most synthetic polyesters are not. Polyester fibers are sometimes spun together with natural fibers to produce a cloth with blended properties. Cotton-polyester blends (polycotton) can be strong, wrinkle and tear-resistant, and reduce shrinking. Synthetic fibers in polyester also create materials with water, wind and environmental resistance compared to plant-derived fibers. Cons of cotton and polyester blends include being less breathable than cotton and trapping more moisture while sticking to the skin. They are also less fire resistant and can melt when ignited. Polyester blends have been renamed so as to suggest their similarity or even superiority to natural fibers (for example, China silk, which is a term in the textiles industry for a 100% polyester fiber woven to resemble the sheen and durability of insect-derived silk). Synthetic fibres
19 Spandex Elastic, strong, lightweight Spandex, Lycra or elastane is a synthetic fiber known for its exceptional elasticity. It is stronger and more durable than natural rubber. It is a polyester-polyurethane copolymer that was invented in 1958 by chemist Joseph Shivers at DuPont's Benger Laboratory in Waynesboro, Virginia.[2] When introduced in 1962, it revolutionized many areas of the clothing industry. Spandex fibers are produced in four different ways: melt extrusion, reaction spinning, solution dry spinning, and solution wet spinning. All of these methods include the initial step of reacting monomers to produce a prepolymer. Once the prepolymer is formed, it is reacted further in various ways and drawn out to make the fibers. Synthetic fibres
20 Modal Soft, lightweight, absorbent Beach Trees Modal is a type of rayon, a semi-synthetic cellulose fiber made by spinning reconstituted cellulose, in this case often from beech trees. Plant-based fibres