Corduroy is a cotton fabric that is cut, raised, and has a longitudinal velvet strip on its surface. The main raw material is cotton, and it is called corduroy because the velvet strips resemble strips of corduroy.
Corduroy is generally made mainly of cotton, and can also be blended or interwoven with fibers such as polyester, acrylic, and spandex. Corduroy is a fabric formed by longitudinal velvet strips on the surface, which is cut and raised, and consists of two parts: velvet tissue and ground tissue. After processing such as cutting and brushing, the surface of the fabric presents obvious raised velvet strips resembling wick shapes, hence its name.
Corduroy is widely used in clothing production and is commonly used to make casual clothing such as jeans, shirts, and jackets. In addition, corduroy is also commonly used to make household items such as aprons, canvas shoes, and sofa covers. In the 1950s and 1960s, it belonged to high-end fabrics and was generally not allocated cloth tickets at that time. Corduroy, also known as corduroy, corduroy, or velvet.
Generally, after weaving corduroy fabric, it needs to be singed and cut by a wool factory. After singeing, the corduroy fabric can be sent to a dyeing factory for dyeing and processing.
Post time: Dec-05-2023