Ribbed knit - get to know this material!
Knitwear is an indispensable material in many aspects of the textile industry today, and our fabric store is no exception. This fabric is represented in various forms. And one of the most sought-after types is ribbed knit, known as ribbing.
It is enough to look at any photo of ribbed knit in our catalog to understand why this material was given that name. Of course, the name comes from the characteristic ribbed structure of the knitted fabric. The process of producing ribbed knitted fabrics places practically no restrictions on the type of fiber from which the knitted fabric is made. It can be a natural or synthetic fiber, in our store you will find a 100% cotton rib.
What is a puller?
Also known as rib knit fabric, this striped fabric has a specific pattern. It is not smooth, but covered with longitudinal stripes - which I just mentioned. It is a garment material because it is incredibly soft to the touch and flexible. You can create clothes like vests, sweaters, T-shirts and more.
Ribbed knits are intended to create entire garments, not just cuffs, belts, and collars (although they are also intended for these purposes).
Ribbed knit - application
What is rib knit fabric for? Rib knit, called ribbed, is a cotton fabric with a structure of distinct longitudinal stripes at the front and back. In other words, the puller is a two-sided material. Typically, rib knit fabrics are used to create headbands, shirt collars, turtlenecks, hems, cuffs, etc. Rib knit fabrics are often used to make garments that should fit snugly against the body. Ribbed knitwear is also popular in the production of children's and women's clothing: home clothes, pajamas, blouses, skirts, sweaters, jackets and dresses.