Fabric features: the fabric is made of mulberry silk and rayon, and covered with a layer of fluff or loop. However ,it has soft texture, bright color and close down loop.
Specification: plain weave, twill weave, satin weave and variable weave.
Samples are: Leah velvet, rotten velvet, decorative velvet.
- Lilac velvet
The viscose velvet fabric made by double-layer weaving method is covered with a layer of fluff. It has gorgeous appearance, rich luster, soft handle and good drape. It is not suitable for heavy pressure during storage and transportation,
It is used for making dress, curtain, curtain, sand, or for mounting gift box.
- Rotten velvet
Nylon (or polyester) is used as the ground fabric, and the surface of the ground fabric is viscose and glossy yarn. By using the different reaction properties of the two fibers to acid, the local part of the fabric is treated with acid, and the viscose at the acid point is corroded, leaving nylon ground fabric and viscose pile surface not contacting acid, which is called rotten velvet.
It is a local suede fabric with three-dimensional concave convex effect. Suitable for women’s high-grade clothing, evening dress, national clothing and decorative cloth.
- Decorative velvet
It is a kind of silk fabric interwoven with mulberry silk and viscose silk. The bottom is made of strong twist mulberry silk, and the surface is made of glossy viscose silk. The pile is short, dense, flat, soft and elastic. After finishing, it is decorated with sequins to achieve the effect of glitter, beauty and luxury.
- Suitable for high-end clothing, evening dress, performance dress, etc.
- Fabric features: all or most of the fabrics are satin weave (except crepe satin woven with strong twist yarn in warp and weft), with compact and soft texture and smooth and bright silk surface. The fabric is thick, bright and smooth in appearance, rich in color, and the effect is more remarkable with jacquard.
- Specifications and types: there are many kinds of raw materials, including mulberry silk, viscose silk and other chemical fibers, which can be divided into real silk satin, viscose silk satin, interwoven satin, etc.; according to jacquard or not, there can be plain satin and fancy satin.
- Fabric application: its use varies with varieties. The lighter can be used for shirts, skirts, headscarves and costumes, while the heavier can be used for high-grade coats, cotton padded jackets, cheongsam, bedspreads, quilt covers and other decorative articles.
Samples are: crepe satin, plain satin.