A knitted fabric is one the has been created by “knitting” the fibres or stands together. The most basic of knits is when the fibre is wound around a knitting needle in a “over and around, down and around” movement (knit one, pearl one). Many more variations of knitting stitches create different “patterns” on the fabric, but the ones we most use in our garments are plain knits.
Woven fabrics are made up of yarns in the form of shuttles through the interlacing of warp and weft, and their tissues are generally in three categories: plain, twill and satin as well as their variations. Such fabrics are firm, bracing and not easily deformed due to the interlacing of warp and weft. From the composition of the classification include cotton fabrics, silk fabrics, wool fabrics, hemp fabrics, chemical fiber fabrics and their blended and interwoven fabrics and so on.
Craft fabric is a variety of processing of ordinary fabrics, using embroidery, printing, washing, beading, etc., craft way to process the fabric.
Eco-friendly fabrics are generally composed of RPET fabrics, organic cotton, colored cotton, bamboo fiber, soy protein fiber, hemp fiber, modal (Modal), organic wool, log tencel and many other fabrics.