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Acetate tricot


A run-resistant warp-knit fabric. Tricot knitting was developed in England in 1775 by Crane. It is now the most common type of warp-knit fabric. It is made from synthetic (nylon, acetate, polyester, rayon, etc. ) and occasionally natural (Wool, Silk) fibers. Tricot knits are soft with good crease resistant and elasticity. They are used for clothing and lingerie.

Synonyms and Related Terms

punto (Esp.)

Additional Information

M. Joseph, Introductory Textile Science, Holt Reinhold & Winston, Fort Worth, 1986.

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