Sliver Knit Fabric is made by circular knitting machines in which the face fibers imitating fur are attached to the fabric, by means of knitting sliver along with base yarn making the fabric. Sliver knit fabrics have longer and denser piles on the fabric surface than other pile jerseys. Printed sliver knit fabrics are popularly used as imitation fur fabrics. They are more popular than real fur as first of all we would not harm any animals and also they are light, more stretchable and do not require special care for storage.
Sliver Knit Fabrics are widely used in making jackets and coats. Sliver Knit fabrics are used in a number of different products, from blankets and saddle pads to the fabric for mascots and stuffed animals.
Sliver Knit Fabric
High Pile Knit Fabric
Weft Knitted Fabric
400 kg per colour plain
400-600 kg per design Rotational Print
200-400 kg per design Digital Print
Recycled Cotton Polyester Blends
9,00 USD/kg plain (polyester)
11,50 USD/kg Rotational printed (polyester and with maximum weight per m2)
11,00 USD/kg Digital printed (polyester and with maximum weight per m2)
The Sliver Knit is Pile jersey fabric. Unlike Velour fabric, Sliver knit fabric is characterized by a longer pile on the fabric surface.
A method of making a sliver-knit pile fabric in which the base fabric is knitted from a fibrillated backing yarn and the pile is formed from sliver fibers which are also knitted within the base fabric to project from at least one face of the base fabric.
Sliver knit fabric production, or high-pile knitting, is a process that locks individual fibres into a lightweight knit backing.
Sliver knit fabric is with outstanding lightness and thermal insulation by knitting fibers into fabrics while rolling air. Sliver Knit Fabric has appeared in men’s coats. A plain slim silhouette is feminine, attractive enough to be balanced with pants and dress and so on. Trad atmosphere because buttons are buffalo.
Sliver Knit Fabric is a type of circular knitting in which a high pile fabric is knitted by the drawing-in of the sliver by the knitting needles.
A Sliver Knit fabric in which the base fabric is knitted from a fibrillated backing yarn and the pile is formed from sliver fibers which are also knitted within the base fabric to project from at least one face of the base fabric.
Circular knitting coupled with the drawing-in of a sliver by the needles to produce a pile-like fabric which is called Sliver Knit Fabric, usually for high-pile coats or heavy linings.