Two Common Embroidery Interlinings

- Jan 10, 2018-

Water-soluble cloth

 Water-soluble cloth is the most commonly used embroidery interlinings (excipients) to ensure the quality of the light-weight fabrics during embroidery (wrinkling, breakage, deformation, yarns, etc.). After embroidery is done, first remove the excess by hand, then washed, all water-soluble cloth completely dissolved. In addition, some high-priced products, will use water-soluble cloth for the lining or lining to improve product quality.

 Because it is a kind of fabric that does not need to be spun and woven, only the spun fibers or filaments are oriented or randomly arranged to form a web structure and then reinforced by mechanical, thermal bonding or chemical methods. To put it simply, it is not a single piece of yarn intertwined, braided together, but the fibers are directly bonded together physically, so when you get the sticky name in your garment , You will find that it is impossible to draw a root thread. Nonwovens break through the traditional textile principles, and has the characteristics of short process flow, fast production, high output, low cost, wide use, multiple sources of raw materials.

Hot sol

 The hot sol uses roughly the same water-soluble cloth as embroidery interlinings (accessories) to guarantee the quality (wrinkle, breakage, deformation, yarns, etc.) of the light-weight fabrics during embroidery, except that the thermosol should be dissolved by heat, Axial hot press or iron can be.

 The benefits of this process is not only does not affect the pattern but also to get the role of stereotypes irons, the flower-shaped flat and beautiful, intuitive look without leaving any gusset. The disadvantage is that if you want to be stained by embroidery needles or small stitches after the heat has not been completely dissolved in the heat of the sol sols will appear.

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