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Knit Goods Finishing

Knit Goods Finishing

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Excerpt from Knit Goods Finishing: Instruction Paper

Fabric. These mest useful and necessary garments are today made in an almost inconceivable number of styles, and in as many different qualities. There also seems to be no end to the different kinds of fiber which may be used one way or another in their fabri cation. Silk, wool, cotton, ramie, mohair, camel hair, ?ax, etc., are all adaptable in some form or other, or in various combinations, so that we are able to select garments that are not only perfectly adapted to meet our requirements of warmth for the winter season, or cool comfort in the warmer months, but every grade shows re markable taste as to finish and texture of the fabric itself.

Yarn. In making the yarn for this peculiar elastic fabric, we have recourse to all of the various fibers which are used in woven fabrics, but differing from the latter, a knitting yarn must be smoother and more even. If these requirements are complied with, the knit ting process is much faster than weaving, and consequently a greater quantity of knitted cloth can be made at the same cost, than of a woven fabric of equal quality. For this reason, and because of the elastic nature of a knitted fabric, it is especially suited for wear next to the body, and has taken the place of all other kinds of material for this purpose.

The finest results are obtained by the use of silk yarn, yet many very satisfactory fabrics are made from lisle thread and mercerized cotton; fibers that are much cheaper than silk. Such fabrics retain their style, shape and brilliancy through much hard usage, and many trips through laundries. Indeed, the problem seems to be that on the medium-priced garments the trimmings, which are necessary to present a sufficiently neat appearance, must be of a somewhat better quality than the fabric itself, in order to wear as well.

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