How to better understand woven interlining

Update:03 Dec 2021

Weaving is the main method of fabric formation. Woven f […]

Weaving is the main method of fabric formation. Woven fusible linings are made by weaving and weaving each other. There are many natural and man-made fabrics, including denim, wide cloth, silk, satin, flannel and twill. The fabric thread can be made of cotton, hemp, bamboo, polyester or even rayon.As in any industry, time and labor are reflected in the cost of goods. The braid is formed on a loom and made of strong material. The fabric cannot stretch without shrinking.


Although this does produce higher quality clothing, it increases production costs. Other fabrics such as knitted fabrics are made by machines and can be stretched using a steam engine. This makes the fabric cheaper, but not as strong. This is why a pair of jeans easily surpasses a T-shirt.The woven interlining has a hard texture and is very suitable for matching with older work clothes such as jeans and overalls. This also makes the fabric feel softer than knitted fabric.


The knitted fabric is soft and stretches and stretches when necessary as the body moves. The only disadvantage of woven fabrics in terms of comfort is that they may be fixed in the wrong position.Most cotton fabrics, such as denim, are easy to wash and usually do not shrink or wrinkle. Other textile fabrics, such as linen and silk fabrics, can be more laborious to wash, especially if the fabric requires dry cleaning or ironing.


Weaving far exceeds most other fabrics, such as knitting, which is why so many heavy fabrics are woven. Examples of woven fabrics include denim, linen, corduroy, and tweed. The knitted fabric is comfortable, but due to the overall flexibility, it is not suitable for mass use. Examples of knitted fabrics include T-shirt fabrics, sweaters, sweaters, and terry cloths.