Custom Embossed Fabric Company introduces 3 methods of weaving:
①Weaving method: Two different warp beams, ground warp, and foaming warp, are used for weaving. The yarn count of the foaming yarn is thicker, and the let-off speed is about 30% faster than that of the ground warp. The bubbles are then processed by loose finishing to become woven seersucker. The seersucker produced by this method is generally yarn-dyed and colored, including cotton, purified fiber, or chemical fiber blended.
②Chemical method: After the cotton cloth is bleached, dyed, or printed, it is printed with sodium hydroxide paste, and then washed and dried in a loose manner. The part of the cotton fiber on the fabric that is affected by sodium hydroxide shrinks, the unprinted part does not shrink, and the cloth body forms concave and convex bubbles; it can also be printed with water repellent paste, and then add with sodium hydroxide solution, stacked Loose washing and drying. The part of the fabric printed with water repellent paste can prevent the effect of sodium hydroxide, while the unprinted part of the cotton fiber is shrunk by the effect of sodium hydroxide so that the cloth body forms concave and convex bubbles. The bubbles created in this way can be matched with the printed pattern. If you add paint or ice dye to the water repellant paste, you can also make the fabric produce color bubbles. After printing the water repellent paste on the fabric and padding the sodium hydroxide solution, immediately embossing, stacking, and loose washing and drying can make the fabric produce regular and regular bubbles.
3. The method of processing fibers with different shrinkage properties, such as weaving with warp or weft yarns separated from polyester and cotton, and treating with sodium hydroxide solution, because cotton fibers shrink more than polyester fibers, the cloth body forms concave and convex bubbles; and For example, high-shrinkage polyester and ordinary polyester are woven into spacers in the warp or weft direction, and through heat treatment, the cloth body forms concave-convex bubbles due to the different heat shrinkage rates of the two fibers. This foaming effect is not very obvious, so it is not commonly used or used in combination with other foaming methods.