Printed Seersucker is a fabric with special appearance and style characteristics among cotton fabrics, which is processed by light and thin muslin. The cloth surface presents small bubbles with uniform and dense unevenness. It is not close to the body when wearing it, and it has a cool feeling. It is suitable for all kinds of women's summer clothes. The advantage of clothes made of seersucker is that they don’t need to be ironed after washing, but the disadvantage is that the bubbles will gradually become flat after repeated scrubbing. Especially when washing, it is not advisable to use hot water to soak, nor to scrub and twist vigorously, so as not to affect the bubble fastness.
The raw material for weaving seersucker is usually pure cotton or polyester/cotton yarn. Generally, the tension of the foam warp yarn is greater than that of the ground warp. Therefore, two warp beams with different tensions are required to provide the yarn at the same time and weave together on the same cloth surface. When weaving, two different warp beams are used for the ground warp and the bubbling warp of the shuttle loom. The tension of the bubbling yarn counts is different or the warp let-off speed is about 30% faster than that of the ground warp. , After dyeing and finishing loose processing, the foam warp and ground warp will produce different shrinkage rates, and then form beautiful, uneven foam stripes, which is a woven seersucker. The seersucker produced by this method generally consists of yarn-dyed color strips and less dyed seersucker, but chemical blisters are more common for printed and dyed fabrics.