Fancy Weave: Types And Their Uses

Fancy Weave

The fancy weave is the most important weave structure. In the meantime, various types of decorative products are produced by this weave design. Its weave structure is more critical than the basic weave structure. We know that basic structures include plain weave, twill weave, and satin weave. It will be clear when I give details of the fancy weave.

Fancy weaves are made by changing the interlacement between the design area and the background. Although the fancy design has great demand, it requires more production process involvement. Its production costs are higher than those of other weave designs. Fancy weave application are more specialized than others. It is a more decorative weave structure and it has great demand in the local and international markets.

Types of Fancy Weave

Fancy fabrics differ from basic fabrics specifically for their design, texture, or pattern, which is an inherent or permanent part of the fabric’s structure. There are different types of fancy weaves available in fabric manufacturing technology. Following is the fancy weave structure. Such as:

  1. Mock Leno
  2. Hucka Back
  3. Crepe Weave
  4. Honey Comb
  5. Bed Ford Cord
  6. Pique
  7. Bird’s Eye
  8. Madras
  9. Waffle Cloth
  10. Dotted Swiss
  11. Clipped Spot
  12. Clipped Dot Designs
  13. Swivel Dot
  14. Damask
  15. Brocade
  16. Brocatelle
  17. Jacquard Tapestry
  18. Wilton Rugs
  19. ETC
Fancy Weave

Fancy Weaved Fabric

Uses of Fancy Weave

Fancy weave fabrics uses are increasing day by day. Different fashionable and essential fabrics are made with fancy weaves. The following products are produced with various fancy designs:. Such as:

  • Towel
  • Home Furnishing
  • Ladies Wear
  • Trouser
  • Trimmings
  • Ornamental Purpose
  • Ribbons
  • Zipper Tapes
  • Elastics
  • Labels
  • Window Blind Tapes
  • Carpet Edge Tapes
  • Velcro Tapes
  • Pipings
  • Webbing
  • Safety Belts and Harnesses
  • One of Kind Rugs
  • Wall Hangings
  • Fiber Art Pieces
  • Seersucker
  • Corduroy
  • Velveteen
  • Frieze
  • Velvet
  • Crushed velvet
  • Velour
  • Coat Fabrics: Melton and Kersey
  • Apparel and Upholstery Fabrics: Matelasse and Pocket Weave
  • Blankets
  • Ribbon
  • Lining Fabric
  • Silence cloth
  • Marquisette
  • Mosquito Netting
  • Laundry
  • Fruit and Vegetable Bags
  • Sand Crepe Cloth
  • Grantile Cloth
  • Moss Crepe Cloth
  • Bark Cloth
  • Etc

So, lots of products are produced with this fancy weave. Special types of looms are used for this design.

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