Denim is a thicker dyed warp-knitted twill. The warp yarns are dark in color, generally indigo, and the weft yarns are light in color. They are usually light gray or scoured. Also known as indigo labor cloth.
Denim began in the western United States and was named after the grazing staff used to make underwear. The warp yarn is dyed and dyed in combination with one-step dyeing process. The special number is 80tex (7 inches), 58tex (10 inches), 36tex (16 inches), etc. The weft yarns are 96tex (6 inches) and 58tex (10 inches). Branch), 48tex (12 inches), etc., using 3/1 organization, also used to change the twill, plain or tissue denim, the fabric is anti-shrinking finishing, the shrinkage rate is smaller than the general fabric, the texture is compact, thick, bright color, weaving Clear lines. Suitable for men's and women's jeans, denim tops, denim vests, denim skirts, etc.