What is the base cloth of interlining?
Interlining is a kind of garment auxiliary material which is based on woven fabric, knitted fabric and nonwovens, which is made of (or does not use) thermoplastic polymer compound. It is used for the inner layer of clothing to play the role of reinforcement and straightness, and is bonded (or not) with the fabric. For example, the construction of houses needs reinforced concrete skeleton; the production of clothing needs lining cloth as the skeleton. Through the modeling, reinforcement and shape preserving function of interlining, the beautiful style of clothing can be formed. Interlining is a major type of clothing accessories, which plays a skeleton role in clothing. For example, the construction of houses needs reinforced concrete skeleton; the production of clothing needs lining cloth as the skeleton. Through the modeling, reinforcement and shape preserving function of interlining, the beautiful style of clothing can be formed.
In short, it is actually the outer fabric and inner lining of a garment, and the middle is the interlining. Generally speaking, the interlining can not be directly seen. However, all the positions that need to form a stiff, full feel, smooth transition and reinforcement are covered with the interlining.
(1) In order to show the characteristics of the garment lining material in the clothing design.
(2) Base cloth: commonly known as backing cloth, used for weaving interlinings.
(3) Cotton linen interlining: refers to the cotton or linen cloth that has not been finished or starched, which is a more primitive interlining.
(4) Woven resin black carbon interlining: also known as wool lining, is made of cotton, chemical fiber, wool pure spinning or blended as light yarn, chemical fiber and yak hair or other animal hair blended as weft yarn, woven into base cloth, and resin finishing.
(5) Woven resin interlining: woven or knitted fabrics of pure or blended cotton and chemical fibers, which are finished by scouring, bleaching, dyeing and resin finishing. Resin lining for short.
(6) Woven (or knitted) fusible interlining: woven or knitted fabrics of pure or blended cotton and chemical fibers are made by scouring, bleaching, dyeing and other finishing, and uniformly coated with thermoplastic hot melt adhesive. It is called woven fusible interlining.
(7) Non woven fusible interlining: also known as non-woven fusible interlining. It refers to the interlining fabric made of nonwoven fabric after coating with thermoplastic hot melt adhesive. Stitched non-woven fusible interlining also falls into this category.