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When you say crepe knitting, a mixed weave derived from the main weaves comes to mind. The surfaces of crepe knit fabrics obtained by very wide development methods have a rough and fluffy structure. This complex structure in crepe knits makes the fabric soft handle and more draped. For this reason, it is generally preferred in the production of women's clothing fabrics.
Two different methods are used to create the crepe structure with this feature:
1-Weaving a simple knitted fabric with high twist yarns
2-Weaving crepe knitted fabric with yarns with normal twist
Crepe weaves consist of irregular warp movements, so it is difficult to detect the weave. There are no long jumps in the warp and weft threads, and the connection points show a balanced distribution. Although crepe weaves have complex structures consisting of irregular warp movements, they are obtained by applying certain methods.
1-Crepe weave obtained by adding or decreasing the connection point
2-Crepe knitting obtained by turning motifs
3-Crepe knitting obtained by selected knitting and mixed drawing-in method
4-Crepe knitting obtained by adding motifs to the connection points
5-Crepe knitting obtained by changing the movements of the knitting
Crepe weave achieved by adding an anchor point
Crepe weave obtained by reducing the connection point
Crepe knitting obtained by turning the motif to the left
Crepe knitting obtained by turning the motif to the right