Production methods and techniques of black carbon interlining
black carbon interlining (wool interlining)
The black carbon interlining also called wool interlining. The warp yarn is usually fine cotton yarn and the weft yarn is made of animal fiber or blended textiles as raw material, through a variety of special finishing processed into fabric interfacing. Hair interfacing is mainly used for coats, suits, jackets and coat shoulder or cuff. It is a kind of adhesive or unbonded interlining that can create beautiful form and wear moderately satisfied clothing.
The structure of base fabric is generally plain weave, also has satin weave structure, as the front is plain weave structure and the opposite is satin weave structure. When choosing a black carbon interlining, consider plain texture as front side and the satin structure as back side (in order to fix the outer ring of the sleeve) to ensure its use.
Another kind of high-grade wool interlining called horsehair interfacing. It is still using the cotton yarn as warp yarn and weft yarn is made of horsetail. At the beginning of weaving, the horsetail was fed into the yarn. But the width of base fabric is limited by the length of horsetail, which lead to inefficient and wasteful.
With the development of science and technology, people think out a new methods from the process of producing cable. By wrapping the horsetail with a 45s pure cotton yarn and manufacture the artificial horsetail yarn. The finite length of the horsetail can weave any width of base fabric and greatly improve the utilization rate, but the cost is higher.