Throughout this study, functional, aesthetic, and dimensional stability properties of knitted blended fabrics were experimentally presented. An experimental work was introduced to examine. In order to investigate the loop length of the knitted fabrics and the polyester blending ratio on bursting, air permeability, pilling resistance and shrinkage ratio of knitted fabrics, thirty fabric samples were knitted with three loop length, five levels of polyester ratios for single jersey and rib knit structures. Analysis of variance and regression analysis were used to detect the influence of loop length and polyester content on knitted fabric properties. The findings of this study revealed that independent variables under study have a massive influence on the functional and aesthetic properties of the knitted blended fabrics.
Nagy, Nashwa M.
"Development of Textile Handicrafts for reinstating Local and International competition (Field Study in Kafr Abu Jumaa - Qalioubia Governorate),"
International Design Journal: Vol. 9:
4, Article 24.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol9/iss4/24