Monday, 3 August 2009

Warp Knitting | 3 x 1 Stitch

If the under-lap is increased by one needle space, the 2 x 1 stitch becomes a 3 x 1 stitch which, in conjunction with other stitch constructions - as pillar or 1 x 1 stitch – will produce velvet or fabrics with less longitudinal and lateral stretch. The longer under laps cross two wales on the technical back of the fabric and, after raising and shearing treatment, this fabric takes on a velvet appearance.


closed 3 x 1 stitch:
repeat in length = 2 courses
yarn parts per repeat = 10






open 3 x 1 stitch:
repeat in length = 2 courses
yarn parts per repeat = 10

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