16*16 72*128 14w 57/58" cotton corduroy
The corduroy weave is composed of two groups of weft and one group of warp yarn, and the ground weave includes plain weave and twill weave. Corduroy is made of a set of warp yarns and two sets of weft yarns. One group of weft yarns (terrace weft) interweaves with warp yarns to form a cloth that consolidates villus. The other group of weft yarns (terrace weft) interweaves with warp yarns to form regular floating weft, which forms villus after cutting.
Corduroy is woven by weft two-fold weaving and then cut and finished. The fabric with corduroy-like surface is also called corduroy. Corduroy yarns are widely used. Warp yarns are usually 18-48 tex (32-12 inches) single yarn, or 10 tex *2-28 tex *2 (60/2-21/2 inches) ply yarn, and weft yarns are 14.5-36 tex (40-16 inches) single yarn. The weave consists of two groups of weft and one group of warp. The ground weave consists of plain weave, twill weave and equal weft weight. The wool weave consists of two groups of weft and one group of warp weave. Corduroy belongs to high weft density fabric, with longitudinal tightness of 35% - 65% and weft tightness of 110% - 200%. The arrangement ratio of ground weft to velvet weft is 1:2 and 1:3.