Yarn is a kind of textile, which is processed into products of a certain fineness with various textile fibers. It is used for weaving, rope making, thread making, knitting and embroidery, etc. It is divided into short fiber yarn, continuous filament, etc.
Classification By Yarn Raw Material
Pure spinning is a yarn spun from a fiber material, such as cotton yarn, wool yarn, hemp yarn and silk yarn. Such yarns are suitable for making pure textiles.
Blended yarn is a yarn spun from two or more fibers, such as polyester and cotton blended yarn, wool and viscose blended yarn, etc. Such yarns are used in fabrics that highlight the advantages of both fibers.
Classification By Yarn Thickness
The coarse special yarn refers to the yarn of 32 tex and above (18 British inch and below). This type of yarn is suitable for thick fabrics such as tweed, cheesecloth, etc.
Medium special yarn refers to the yarn of 21-32 special (19-28 British count in the British system). This type of yarn is suitable for medium thickness fabrics, such as plain cloth, gabardine, khaki, etc.
The fine yarn refers to the yarn of 11-20 special (29-54 British count in the British system). Such yarns are suitable for thin fabrics such as muslin, poplin, etc.
Extra Fine Yarn
Extra-fine yarn refers to yarns of 10 tex and below (58 inch and above in imperial system). This kind of yarn is suitable for high-grade fine fabrics, such as high-count shirts, worsted cardigans, etc.
Classification By Spinning System
Worsted yarn, also known as combed yarn, refers to the yarn spun through the combing process, including combed cotton yarn and combed wool yarn. The fibers in the yarn have high parallel straightness, evenness and smoothness, but the cost is high and the yarn count is high. Combed yarns are mainly used as raw materials for high-grade fabrics and knitwear, such as fine spinning, gabardine, tweed, wool sweaters, etc.
Roving yarn, also known as carded wool yarn or carded cotton yarn, refers to the yarn that is carded according to the general spinning system without going through the combing process. The short fiber content in the roving yarn is more, the fiber parallel straightness is poor, the structure is loose, the hair is more, the yarn count is low, and the quality is poor. Such yarns are mostly used as raw materials for general fabrics and knitwear, such as woolen fabrics, cotton fabrics above medium and special, etc.
Waste spinning refers to the yarn spun from textile waste (waste cotton) or mixed with low-grade raw materials. The yarn quality is poor, soft, uneven, contains a lot of impurities, and the color is poor. Generally, it is only used for weaving low-grade fabrics such as coarse cotton blankets, terry cloth and packaging cloth.
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