Weft Ripple
• Weft Ripple

Rips weave is a weave derived from plain weave and obtained by extending the connection points in the warp or weft direction. It has a longitudinal or transverse line-like structure. Rips knit fabrics have the same appearance on both sides and have a heavy and durable structure. It is generally preferred in the production of shirting, tie, dress and upholstery fabrics. Rips Braids; There are two types, Warp Ripsi and Weft Ripple. These are also divided into two as Regular and Irregular Rips.

WEFT RIPS KNIT

They are weaves obtained by extending the connection point of the plain weave by 2 or more warp yarns in the weft yarn direction. For this reason, the fabric has a structure that creates longitudinal paths. Because of this structure, weft rips weaves are also called longitudinal rips weaves. The weft thread is always 2 when determining the report area. The warp thread is determined as the sum of the numbers in the report formation. WEFT RIPS; There are two types as regular weft rips and Irregular weft rips. Smallest irregular rips weave report;

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Smallest regular rips knitting report;

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REGULAR WEFT RIPS KNIT

Let's weave 2 full 2 ​​empty regular rips. The NUMBER OF WEFT WIRE (ATS), which should be included in the report of this Weft rip, is always 2. The sum of the numbers above and below the knitting line gives the NUMBER OF WARP WIRES (ÇTS) that should be included in the report. Our report; It will consist of 2 Weft and 4 Warp threads. ( 2 + 2 ) = 4

On our pattern paper, we first determine the warp and weft borders of the Weft Rips weave.

Starting from the square where the first warp thread and the 1st weft thread intersect, we write 2 FULL 2 EMPTY from left to right.

From now on; Starting from left to right from the square where the 2nd weft thread and the 1st warp thread intersect; 1. We make 2 EMPTY opposite the 2 full in the weft thread. We make 2 FULL opposite the 2 blanks. In this way, we make the Weft Rips Knitting.

There are 4 full and 8 empty regular weft rips as 2 patterns in the warp and 2 patterns in the weft.

Now also;

Let's knit 3 full 3 empty regular weft rips.

The NUMBER OF WEFT WIRE (ATS), which should be included in the report of this Weft rip, is always 2. The sum of the numbers above and below the knitting line gives the NUMBER OF WARP WIRES (ÇTS) that should be included in the Report. Our report will consist of 2 Weft and 6 Warp threads.( 3 + 3 ) = 6

On our pattern paper, we first determine the warp and weft borders of the Weft Rips weave.

Starting from the square where the First Warp thread and the First Weft thread intersect, we write 3 FULL 3 EMPTY from Left to Right.

From now on; Starting from the square where the 2nd weft thread and the 1st warp thread intersect, from the Left to the Right; 1. We make 3 EMPTY opposite the 3 full in the weft thread. In this way, we make 3 full and 3 empty regular weft rips.

3 full and 9 empty Regular Weft Rips weaves are seen as 3 Patterns in the Warp and 3 Patterns in the Weft.

Now, too;

Let's make 4 full 4 empty regular weft rips knitting.

The NUMBER OF WEFT WIRE (ATS), which should be included in the report of this Weft rip, is always 2. The sum of the numbers above and below the knitting line gives the NUMBER OF WARP WIRES (ÇTS) that should be included in the Report. On our pattern paper, we first determine the warp and weft borders of the Weft Rips weave.

Starting from the square where the first warp thread and the 1st weft thread intersect, we write 4 FULL 4 EMPTY from Left to Right.

From now on; Starting from left to right from the square where the 2nd weft thread and the 1st warp thread intersect; 1. We make 4 EMPTY opposite the 4 full in the weft thread. We make 4 FULL opposite the 4 blanks. In this way; We make 4 full and 4 empty regular weft rips Knitting.

2 Patterns in Warp, 8 Patterns in Weft 4 full and 4 empty Regular Weft Rips weaves are seen.

IRREGULAR WEFT RIPS KNIT

Let's weave 2 full and 1 empty irregular weft rips. The NUMBER OF WEFT WIRE (ATS) that this irregular Weft rip should be in the report is always 2. The sum of the numbers above and below the knitting line is the NUMBER OF WARP WIRES ( CTS) gives. On our pattern paper, we first determine the warp and weft borders of the Weft Rips weave.

Our report; It will consist of 2 Weft and 3 Warp threads. ( 2 + 1 ) = 3

Starting from the square where the first warp thread and the 1st weft thread intersect, we write 2 FULL 1 EMPTY from Left to Right.

From now on; Starting from left to right from the square where the 2nd weft thread and the 1st warp thread intersect; 1. We make 2 EMPTY opposite of 2 full in the weft thread. We make 1 FULL opposite 1 empty. In this way; We will have made 2 full and 1 empty irregular weft rips Knitting.

There are 3 full and 6 empty irregular Weft Rips weaves as 2 Patterns in the Warp and 1 Patterns in the Weft.

Now also;

Let's knit 3 full 2 ​​empty irregular weft rips. The NUMBER OF WEFT WIRE (ATS) that this irregular weft rips weave should contain in the report is always 2. On our pattern paper, we first determine the warp and weft borders of the Weft Rips weave.

Our report; It will consist of 2 Weft and 5 Warp threads. ( 3 + 2 ) = 5

Starting from the square where the first warp thread and the 1st weft thread intersect, we write 3 FULL 2 EMPTY from left to right.

From now on; Starting from Left to Right from the square where the 2nd weft thread and the 1st warp thread intersect; 1. We make 3 EMPTY opposite the 3 full in the weft thread. We make 2 FULL opposite the 2 blanks. In this way; We make 3 full 2 ​​empty irregular weft rips knitting.

There are 3 full and 6 empty irregular Weft Rips weaves as 3 Patterns in the Warp and 2 Patterns in the Weft.

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