Terry Knitted Fabric is piled jersey fabric made with a special attachment in regular circular knitting machines similar to woven fabrics. The Terry Knitted fabric has loops on the fabric surface.
Terry knitted fabric is softer, more flexible and is more comfortable than woven terry fabrics. Terry knitted Fabric feels soft, with good extension, elasticity, wrinkle resistance and moisture absorption. It has also excellent heat retention. Owing to its softness and absorbency, it is widely used in beachwear, towels, bathrobes etc.
Terry Knitted Fabric
Double-sided Terry Fabric (mostly used for bathrobes and baby clothes production)
Terrycloth Knitted Fabric
6,00 USD/kg plain (Recycled Cotton Polyester Blend)
8,50 USD/kg Rotational printed (OE Cotton with maximum weight per m2)
400 kg per colour plain
500-700 kg per design Rotational 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
Terry knitted Fabric is a variety of knitted fabric. Terry knitted fabric is characterized by soft touch, thick texture, excellent water absorption and heat retention. Terry knitted fabric can be divided into single-sided and double-sided Terry loop fabrics. Terry knitted fabric after shearing or other process can be turned into fleece or velvet fabric.
Terry knitted fabric features loops of fibers that are quite absorbent, soft and cozy to the touch.
Terry knitted fabric typically features a looped texture on only one side of the fabric and a smooth texture on the other side. Typically, the smooth side of the fabric is considered the right side, though many sewists choose to feature the looped side in their garments for a bit of visual interest.
While Terry knitted fabric is technically a jersey fabric, it's heavier in weight than a standard cotton jersey and lighter than a sweatshirt fleece.
Another characteristic of Terry knitted fabric is that the looped side can be a different color than the smooth side. This provides the opportunity to sew contrasting cuffs and neckbands on knit tops by simply using the other side of the fabric.