Jersey knit fabric is a weft-knitted most common knitted fabric that consists entirely of plain jersey courses. The Jersey Knit Fabric is characterised by a uniform, non-patterned surface in which all the stitches are of identical size and configuration and are following the same direction. Jersey Knit fabrics have visible flat vertical lines on the front and dominant horizontal ribs on the back of the fabric.
Jersey Knit Fabric is used in a variety of different garments that require stretch, such as blouses, t-shirts, tops and casual dresses. The springy, stretchy nature of Jersey Knit Fabric make it an ideal fabric for creating supportive garments such as panties or slips. Not only this but because it moves with the body it’s ideal as ordinary comfort loungewear. There’s many different weights to choose from, depending on your desired usage.
Jersey Knit Fabric
Flat Knit Fabric
Single Jersey Knit Fabric
Jersey Cloth Fabric
Plain Jersey Fabric
Tricot Jersey Fabric
Mutton Cloth Fabric
Jersey Strech Fabric
Jersey Slub Fabric
Loose Knit Jersey 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 (Recycled, OE, Carded or Combed)
Recycled Cotton Polyester Blends
5,00 USD/kg plain Recycled Cotton Polyester Blend
7,50 USD/kg Rotational printed (OE Cotton with the maximum weight per m2)
8,50 USD/kg Digital printed (OE Cotton with the maximum weight per m2)
Jersey knit fabric is a fine and smooth knit fabric with different right and wrong faces. Cotton and viscose are very common materials used to produce jersey knit fabrics. It is simple to sew, but be careful not to stretch the fabric when being sewn. If necessary, you can sew a transparent elastic into some seams (for example shoulders), to avoid the seam from stretching out of shape.
The term plain web refers to a plain jersey knit fabric made on a circular knitting machine.
Mutton cloth is a plain jersey fabric of loose texture traditionally made from cotton and/or viscose on a multifeeder circular knitting machine.
Jersey Knit Fabric is popular all year round, and for good reason. Breathable, stretchy and just down right comfortable, use this 130gr/m2 light jersey to make t-shirt dresses, tops, shawls and summer style cardigans. This jersey knit fabric is quick drying with slightly water absorbent properties, so take your jersey knit fabric clothes to the beach or pool and don’t worry about taking a splash.
Loose Knit Jersey
The loose knit jersey is reminiscent of cheesecloth, so naturally it’s one of the best fabrics for summer clothing. The distinctive uneven knit creates a random pattern where the yarns are dense in some places and sparse in others. With a construction like this, the structure allows air to flow in and out. Soft, stretchy and moisture-wicking, This light fabric can be used for lightweight summer knits.
The springy, stretchy nature of Jersey Knit Fabric make it an ideal fabric for creating supportive garments such as panties or slips. Not only this but because it moves with the body it’s ideal as ordinary comfort loungewear. There’s many different weights to choose from, depending on your desired usage. Jerseys are knitted, providing warmth and a cosy softness you wouldn’t get from Lycra. Fabrics for lingerie are so versatile, so you could even use a jersey to make a gathered babydoll or lightweight robe.
Stretchy with good recovery
Single Jersey Knit Fabric
Flat or Jersey Knit fabrics have visible flat vertical lines on the front and dominant horizontal ribs on the back of the fabric. The flat or jersey knit fabric is used frequently, it is fast, inexpensive, and can be varied to produce fancy patterned fabrics. A major disadvantage of regular jersey knit fabrics is their tendency to "run" if a yarn is broken. The flat or jersey knit fabric can be varied by using different yarns or double-looped stitches of different lengths to make terry, velour, and plush fabrics. This jersey knit fabric is also used in making nylon hosiery, men’s underwear, and t-shirts.