Reasonable Collocation of Clothing Fabrics and Fusible Interlining

Update: 12-11-2021

According to the fabrics, clothing varieties and design […]

According to the fabrics, clothing varieties and design requirements and different parts of the clothing, the selection of interlinings is also different. How to make a reasonable compatibility seems to be a matter for the clothing factory, but it is also a subject of how to develop suitable products for the adhesive interlining manufacturer. To choose a suitable fusible interlining, not only should the shrinkage between the cloth and the interlining be noticed, but also the characteristics of the cloth and the appearance performance required by the clothes.

The characteristics of clothing fabric fibers

We can understand the characteristics of clothing from three factors:

1. Fiber composition 2. Fabric structure 3. Surface finishing

First, let us understand the fiber composition of clothing:

Natural fiber: It has a high moisture content, and after absorbing water, it is easy to cause changes in size and appearance. Normally, after dehydration, natural fibers can be restored to their original state.

a. Wool: The change of size has a significant relationship with the moisture content. After water absorption, the size of wool will increase a lot, and will shrink after drying, resulting in deformation of the clothes. Therefore, when choosing interlining, the fabric must be able to adapt to the size Change, and pay attention to the control of the moisture content during the bonding process.

b. Silk: It is called heat-sensitive fabric. Pay attention to the surface changes (such as smooth surface) caused by heat and pressure. Therefore, it is necessary to avoid using high temperature, high pressure and steam, especially satin fabrics when bonding. Heat should be used. Fusible interlining with very fine melt glue.

c. Cotton: It has high heat resistance and has good recovery ability under steam. Therefore, cotton cloth is relatively stable during the hot melt bonding process, but if the cotton cloth is not shrinked, it will usually have a higher Shrinkage rate, so when choosing interlining, it must be noted that the shrinkage rate of the two is similar.

d. Flax and linen fabrics: Hemp fiber clothing is usually difficult to obtain a strong adhesive force, so special attention should be paid to the bonding method to obtain a certain bonding fastness.

e. Synthetic fiber: fabric woven by polyester and nylon, it is not affected by water damage, but because the creases produced during heat setting are difficult to eliminate, it is advisable to process the adhesive interlining at a temperature lower than that of heat setting .

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