Objective: The aim has been to reach to the best way to produce fabrics on flat weft knitted machine to reach the best specifications that achieve the required aesthetic properties. Methodology: The use of jacquard as one of the executive methods of weft knitted fabrics used in outerwear fabrics and the experimental study of change in structures, it is determined that it affects the efficiency and characteristics of the aesthetic performance of the fabrics produced as women's outerwear. Therefore, the local product for weft knitted jacquard fabrics can be developed and treating the common and apparent defects in products. The fabrics of the research were produced using the different executive methods: (Jersey - Rip 1 x 1 in width 1 fiber, Rip 1 x 1 in length 2 fiber)A gauge (12) flat jacquard weft knitting machine has been used with an acrylic fiber material no 40/2 . After carrying out the fabric samples and doing some questionnaires to compare the three models. Conclusion: It has been concluded that The use of different structural structures of jacquard weave led to achieve the aesthetic properties of the product. And according to a Consumer Survey carried out, the customer approval rate for the product is increased after the product is available in the local market, thus increasing the percentage of marketing to satisfy the customer In addition, it was found that using structure (Derby 1 * 1 in one string width) achieved the best results in the survey of the specialized academics.
Raaof, Sara Hossam El Deen Mohmaed; Abdel Baky, Rawia Ali; and Shalaby, Heba
"The effect of change of structures of weft knitted jacquard on some aesthetic properties of ladies' clothing,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 9
, Article 31.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol9/iss1/31