The chenille yarn, also known as chenille, is a new type of fancy yarn. The main features of this yarn are high-end luxury, soft touch, and full fluffy. In fact, chenille yarn uses two strands as the core, and uses a series of processing steps to twist the feather yarn in between.
In the modern market, there are several different types of chenille yarn products, which can be divided into: chenille products such as stick/nitrile, cotton/polyester, viscose/cotton, nitrile/polyester, and viscose/polyester. In addition, chenille decorative products can also be made into sofa accessories, bedspreads, bed blankets, blankets, carpets, wall decorations, curtain curtains and other decorative accessories in the city.
The chenille yarn has some special properties compared to other types of yarns. At the same time, the use of this material gives the textile fabric a thick feeling, and it has the advantages of high-end luxury, soft touch, rich suede, and good drape.
Chenille yarn processing requirements:
It should be noted that when processing and producing chenille yarn products, it is necessary to strictly control the quality of production at each stage. Especially in the dyeing process, the product can be freely suspended, allowing the pile yarns to stand up, and the heat treatment produces a round yarn effect. Due to the full contact, a more desirable feel can be obtained, and it is more successful than dyeing in a vertical cylinder.
In addition, it should be considered that the degree of yarn shrinkage during the dyeing process will also affect the final yarn width. For example, the shrinkage of acrylic chenille yarn dyeing is within 3-5%, so if the yarn shrinkage can be fully taken into account in the production of the product, the effect of shrinkage can be avoided because the fabric is made of chenille. The yarn is woven so that the effect of the heat treatment in the dyeing process affects the finished product.