What is the difference between big belly yarn and slub yarn?
Big belly yarn and slub yarn are often used in textile fabrics. Many friends often mix up belly yarn and slub yarn in the purchasing process. So what is the difference between big belly yarn and slub yarn?
Belly yarn and slub yarn are not easy to distinguish, and they are often mixed together, because these two yarns, woven into the cloth, seem to have sections of irregular patterns and patterns, but the internal structure is very different. Yes, the general belly yarn is composed of three parts of yarn, core thread and covered thread. The yarn count is relatively thicker than 2-10. The slub part is relatively large, the fabric style is exaggerated, and the overall three-dimensional feeling is strong. It is suitable for Coarse knitted fabric, for coats, sweaters and other fabrics.
Big belly yarn and slub yarn
The slub yarn is formed by drafting and twisting short fibers. The yarn count is about 10-40. The slub part has a small magnification and denseness. The slub style is delicate. It is suitable for light and thin shirts, T-shirts, underwear, etc. In spring and summer clothing.
Although big belly yarn and slub yarn have their own characteristics and differences, they make up for each other and depend on each other to form an important raw material for special fabrics.