The difference between japonica and jacquard

Update:23 Feb 2019
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The pattern of the jacquard fabric is not an ordinary p […]

The pattern of the jacquard fabric is not an ordinary print, nor an embroidery, but is interwoven with yarn. In the manufacture of yarn-dyed jacquard fabric, the warp and weft structure changes, the warp and weft yarns are intertwined to form different patterns, and finally a simple pattern is formed, which has a strong convexity and a strong three-dimensional effect, and the yarn count is fine and the needle thread density is extremely high.

Yarn-dyed jacquard fabric, also known as large-pattern fabric, is a large-scale pattern woven by a jacquard machine. The number of warp yarns in the complete pattern is as small as several hundred and thousands. The composition of the flower is complicated, more beautiful, and more varied.

The japonica and jacquard are generally distinguished by the following points:The number of woven weaving pages is greater than or equal to 16 pages for jacquard, and the number of woven weaving pages is less than or equal to 16 pages for small jacquard.Jacquard: complex flower pattern, asymmetry, large number of tissue cycles (flowers, birds, beasts, etc.)Small jacquard: fabrics are simple, symmetrical, composed of basic tissues (squares, vertical bars, horizontal bars, etc.)