The introduction of fabric

Fabric is made of yarn (thread) or fiber products, mainly including woven fabrics, knitted fabrics and nonwovens three categories. Products made by weaving two sets of yarns (threads) perpendicular to each other on the loom are called woven fabrics, such as plain cloth, gabardine, khaki, satin, etc. Yarns arranged along the length of the fabric are called warp and yarns arranged along the width of the fabric are called weft. By changing the raw material, thickness and structure of the yarn, or using different color yarns to cooperate with each other, and different warp and weft yarns interweave with each other, the fabric of various styles and uses can be woven. These fabrics can be divided into clothing fabrics, decorative fabrics and industrial fabrics according to their uses.