The weaving principle of Printed Seersucker is formed according to the shrinkage of different weaves. The early seersucker was woven with warp yarns of different raw materials. In the post-processing, due to the different shrinkage rates of different raw materials, artificially controlled shrinkage of the raw materials to form arched bubbles, but the bubble effect is not obvious, and the three-dimensional effect is not strong.
Therefore, in order to achieve better results, plain weave is usually used, and the warp yarns in the fabric are divided into two types of yarns with different tensions, ground warp, and bubble warp, which are arranged in strips. When weaving, two weaving shafts are used for weaving, and the let-off amount of the two weaving shafts are different, and the tension of ground warp and bubble warp is different. If the ground warp let-off amount is small, the yarn tension will be high, and the fabric is tight and short; if the bubble warp let-off amount is large, the tension will be increased.
Small, the fabric is loose here. Under the action of the beating-up force, when the bubble warp and the weft yarn are intertwined, concave and convex are formed in looseness; while the ground warp and the weft yarn are intertwined to form a flat ground cloth, and regular bubble-shaped wavy wrinkle strips are formed on the surface of the fabric. Therefore, most of the weaving methods in which the double warp beams present different tensions to make the yarn arch and form bubbles are used.
The key to seersucker yarn is to make the warp yarns have different tensions, so as to produce the foaming effect. Therefore, different tensions can be added during sizing, or two warp beams with different rotation speeds can be used during weaving, and then mixed and weaved on the fabric during weaving. People usually weave seersucker on shuttle machines. The shuttle loom has low speed and the low tension on the machine, which is easy to adjust and set.corresponding process parameters. Therefore, it is customary to think that small tension weaving is the only condition for seersucker weaving. This method is the most widely used weaving method for forming bubbles.
Seersucker is a cotton fabric with a special appearance and style, which is processed from light muslin. The cloth surface is evenly covered with uneven small bubbles, which are not close to the body when worn and have a cool feeling, which is suitable for all kinds of women's summer clothing. Clothes made of seersucker have the advantage that they do not need to be ironed after washing, but the disadvantage is that after repeated washing, the bubbles will gradually flatten. especially wash When washing, it is not advisable to soak in hot water, and it is not advisable to scrub and twist hard, so as not to affect the fastness of the bubbles.