Definition of Knitting:
Knitting is the process of creating fabric by transferring continuous stands of yarns into interlocking loops, each row of loop hanging forms the one immediately preceding it.
Types of Knit Fabric:
- Single Jersey ( All variations ) : Fabric knitted on only one needle bed is called single jersey fabric
- Pique and Lacoste : If combination of knit cam and tuck cam is equal that’s called pique fabric; i.e. 50% knit cam and 50% tuck cam. Such as 1 knit and 1 tuck or 2 knit or 2 tuck.
And if combination is not equal that’s called lacoste fabric.
- Fleece ( 2 or 3 threads, brushed or unbrushed ) : A fabric with a thick, heavy surface resembling sheep’s wool. It may be a pile or napped fabric of either woven or knit construction.
- French and Baby Terry : It is a form of knitting that uses a spool and four nails to produce a narrow tube of fabric.
- Gabardine and Twill : Twill is a type of textile fabric with a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs (in contrast with a satin and plain structure). and The fabric made by the worsted wool, but may also be cotton, texturized polyester, or a blend.
- Crepe and In-lay
- Honey combed and Mini Jacquard and another more 10 – 12
- Rib with Spandex / Lycra
- Waffle and Milano
- Jap and Flipback
- 2- Race Thermal in 1X1, 2X2, 3X3, 4X4
- There are 10 – 15 more varieties