Sports Jerseys

The best fabric used for sports jerseys is 100% polyester, knit mesh. Polyester is the perfect fabric for sublimation printing. Usually football shirts require the color of the design such as red and black stripes and the logo of the team. This is applied via printing techniques using digital printing. Polyethylene terephthalate, often abbreviated to PET, is the most commonly...

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Single Jersey Knit

Knit fabric is an elastic material, made by yarns initially formed into loops and then interconnected in order to produce a textile structure. Knit fabrics do not have a weave. However, the system of weft and warp threads, traditional for other fabric types, is preserved. The feature of knitwear is that it can stretch as you like due to the...

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Pique Knit

Pique fabrics are typically medium weight and are made using cotton and cotton-polyester blends. One advantage of the patterns created using the dobby loom attachment, is that the weave is airy and provides additional ventilation. This is particularly nice for knit pique polo shirts that are worn in warm summer months! A pique fabric is created using a dobby loom...

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The properties of honeycomb polyester weft-knitted fabrics were studied to understand their advantages. Seven honeycomb polyester weft-knitted fabrics and one common polyester weft-knitted fabric were selected for testing. Their bursting strengths, fuzzing and pilling, air permeability, abrasion resistance and moisture absorption and perspiration were studied. The results show that the honeycomb polyester weft-knitted fabrics have excellent moisture absorption and liberation....

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Drifit Mesh

Polyester fabric mesh is generally used for creating casual garments and fashionwear, such as vests, dresses, and other items to be layered. Mesh is still incredibly popular in sportswear due to it’s breathability and being able to regulate temperature well. Polyester mesh is also used for creating the mesh screens used in screen-printing, due to it’s water-resistant properties and the...

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Cotton Interlock

Cotton interlock is a wonderful knit fabric. It is extremely soft, very warm, and a little stretchy, perfect for baby garments. It is warmer than cotton jersey or rib knit because it is a double knit construction, making it thicker and heavier than a single knit. Advantages of Cotton: Natural fibers free of chemicals Breathable – Great option for hot...

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