Q.1. ( ) When crepe knitting is mentioned, a regular weave derived from the main weaves comes to mind.
Q.2. ( ) The surfaces of crepe knit fabrics have a rough and fluffy structure.
Q.3. ( ) Crepe knit fabrics are soft-handled and flowy fabrics.
Q4. ( ) Crepe weaves consist of regular warp movements.
Q.5. ( ) There are no long jumps in warp and weft yarns in crepe weaves.
Q.6. ( ) The report area of crepe weaves obtained by turning motifs is the size of the selected motif.
Q.7. ( ) For crepe knitting drawing by turning the motif to the right, the motif is placed in the area in the lower left corner.
Q.8. ( ) For crepe knitting drawing by turning the motif to the right, the motif should be turned at 90 degree angles.
Q9. ( ) In weaves obtained by adding motifs to the connection point, plain weave is preferred as the main weave.
Q.10. ( ) The report area of the weave is as much as the main knitting report area used.
Q.11. ( ) Motif addition is performed by adding binding point only in warp direction.
Q.12. ( ) Twill weave is preferred in crepe weaves, which are obtained by changing the movements in the weave.
Q.13. ( ) The report area is twice the selected mesh area.
Q.14. ( ) The knitting movement can only be changed in the warp direction.
Q.15. ( ) Crepe knitted fabrics are also obtained by weaving plain knitted fabric with high twist yarns.
Q.16. ( ) Crepe knit fabrics have a simple structure and easily detectable knit.
Q.17. ( ) Weft satin is preferred as the main weave in crepe weaves obtained by adding motifs to the connection points.
Q.18. ( ) Crepe knitted fabrics are generally preferred in the production of women's clothing fabrics, as they have a soft and draped structure.
Q.19. ( ) For crepe knitting drawing by turning the motif to the left, the motif should be placed in the area in the lower right corner.
Q.20. ( ) Twill weave report is preferred in knitting obtained with mixed drawing-in application.
Q.21. ( ) The crepe weave is created by adding motifs to the connection point only in the weft direction.