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Title: Standardization of knitting scheme, 3D knitwear and integral knitwear design and production
Authors: Ng, A
Lam, JKC
Pak, W.
Issue Date: 2007
Source: The 9th Asian Textile Conference, Taiwan, 28-30 Jun 2007 (VCD)
Abstract: Commercial knitting scheme on single knit fully fashion jersey fabric is studied by knitting with different fibres (wool, acrylic, cashmere, pima cotton and combed cotton) under three different knitting tensions (tight, normal and loose tension). Results show that different materials and knitting tension would affect the final fabric length, width, thickness and extensibility. Construction of knitting scheme must under the knowledge of fibers and knitting conditions.
Keywords: Knitting scheme
Acrylic
Wool
Cashmere
Knitting tension
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