Singlé Jersey Fabric

– Jersey fabric is not really a material but a type of weaving. Previously, Jersey was made entirely of wool, but with growing production techniques, synthetic fibers and cotton were used to produce jerseys.

– Jersey fabric can be woven by hand or on a round, flat knitting machine. The basic stiches make up the knots, each of which will be drawn through the rings below it. The ring rows create vertical lines on the surface of the material and diagonal fiber rows on the back.

– Jersey woven fabrics are lightweight compared to other knitted fabrics and are the fastest knitted yarns for production.

– The fabric surface is flat, soft and thermally located.

– Flexible stretchability without deformation

– Easy to stain, high color fastness

– Breathable, good moisturizing

– Anti-bacterial and anti-odor

– Good absorbency

– Fabric edges are easy to bend, threads are easy to slip

In fashion, Jersey fabrics are used very popularly, from cheap to high-end fashion products

– Fashion clothing: Jersey fabric has soft, thin, high aesthetic properties so it is used a lot to produce fashion clothes, T-shirts, homewear, women’s dresses, childwear,…

– Interior decoration: Jersey is also used in interior decoration such as table coverings, bedding, curtains,…

– Sportswear: jersey fabrics are commonly used for sportswear thanks to its flexibility, good absorbentness and comfort for wearer in strong physical activities. Currently, 4-way stretch Jersey spandex fabric is used to make clothes for sports such as gym, yoga,…

– Do not dry jersey clothes directly under high temperature.

– Do not use harsh detergent.

– It is recommended to wash with cold water to keep the light color of the fabric longer

– Avoid washing light and dark color products together which can cause color fading and blending