Printed Seersucker is Fabric Style Knowledge:
1. Seersucker is a cotton fabric with special appearance and style characteristics, which is processed by light and thin muslin. The surface of the cloth 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.
2. Seersucker fabric has a long history. It was first used to make clothes for laborers and servants during the British colonial period in India, so it was not as widely used as wool at first. Later, it was introduced to the United States due to colonial trade. Its "low-level" cognition is used to make overalls for railway workers and oil workers. It was not until later that a fabric dealer discovered the unique characteristics that it was used in the field of formal wear to help gentlemen spend the hot summer. Until now, seersucker is still the most popular suit fabric in summer.
3. The raw material for weaving seersucker is pure cotton or polyester/cotton yarn, and the density of the bubble wrap is greater than that of the ground warp, or the bubble warp is made of strands, and the ground warp is made of a single yarn. When weaving, the let-off amount of the bubble wrap is larger than that of the ground warp, and then dyed and finished loosely processed the cell warp to form beautiful and uneven bubbles. The bubble fastness of woven seersucker is better. Alkali shrinkage seersucker is based on the principle that the diameter of cotton fibers increases and the length shortens when they encounter concentrated lye.