Printing Pile Fabric, in short, is made by printing and […]
Printing Pile Fabric, in short, is made by printing and dyeing dyes on fabrics. The difference between printing pile fabric and jacquard fabrics is that printing pile fabric is woven first and then printed with printed patterns. The printing pile fabric was popular as early as Tang and Song Dynasties and reached its peak in Ming and Qing Dynasties. It was a must-have for bedding and clothes.
There are many kinds of printing pile fabric according to their own materials and different manufacturing techniques. According to different printing processes and equipment, it can be divided into manual printing, including batik, tie-dyeing, hand-painted printing, and machine printing, including transfer printing, roller printing, screen printing, etc.
In modern clothing design, the design of printed patterns is no longer limited by technology but has more imagination and design space. Women's dresses can be designed with romantic flowers and patterns such as multi-color stripe stitching, which can be widely used in dresses to show women's femininity and temperament. Men's wear is usually made of plain fabric. Printing patterns can be used to decorate the whole. Patterns such as animals and English can be printed and dyed. Most of them are made of casual clothes, highlighting men's sense of maturity and stability.
Printing pile fabric are widely used, not only in apparel design, but also in home textiles. Modern machine printing also solves the problem of low production capacity of traditional manual printing, greatly reduces the cost of printing pile fabric, and makes printing a good and cheap fabric choice on the market. However, the disadvantage is that the printed and dyed patterns will fade or lose color after long-term wearing and washing. Attention should be paid to daily maintenance.