Double-faced fabrics are also fabrics where either side can be used, but unlike double cloth, these fabrics have only one layer of fabric and cannot be separated.
The types of Double Faced Knit fabrics are endless and are found in the polyester, viscose, cotton and knit departments, and at all price points. Working with double faced knit fabrics requires special seaming and finishing techniques.
Double Faced Knit Fabric
Double Face Knit Fabric
Double Sided Knit Fabric
Double Faced Jersey Fabric
Double Faced Interlock Fabric
Double Faced Scuba Fabric
Doubel Faced Neoprene Fabric
400 kg per colour plain
500-700 kg per design Rotational Print
400 kg per design Digital Print
%100 Organic Cotton (only combed)
Organic Cotton Blends
%100 BCI Cotton (only combed)
BCI Cotton Blends
%100 Cotton (OE, Carded or Combed)
Recycled Cotton Polyester Blends
6,50 USD/kg plain (Recycled Cotton Polyester Blend)
9,00 USD/kg Rotational printed (Polyester Blend with maximum weight per m2)
8,50 USD/kg Digital printed (Polyester Blend with maximum weight per m2)
Double face knit fabric is literally just that, the structure is doubly knit. This weft knit fabric is created with two sets of needles and more strands of yarn than a single knit. The layers of fabric are knit together as they are formed. When finished, the double face knit fabric has two faces.
Made with two sets of yarns, this double-constructed fabric has fine ribs running lengthwise on both sides. Usually looks same on fabric’s face and reverse, making it reversible.
We love Double Faced Knit Fabrics, because they offer so many design options when they have two sides of fabric to work from.
Double faced or two faced fabrics are reversible fabrics with two attractive sides that can look the same on both sides or have different colors or patterns.
Double Faced Knit Fabrics also are well suited for reversible and unlined jackets and coats. But very different sewing techniques are used for the seaming and edge finishing of these two fabrics.