HI THERE DO YOU KNOW WHAT WEFT KNIT PILE FABRIC
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A WEFT KNIT PILE FABRIC WITH LONG PILE, ACRYLIC FIBERES AND A W-KNIT PILE SURFACE
Dear Uncle Tweed
My Good Friend Uncle Tweed had to withdraw from attempting to answer your question, as he is attending a Lawn Bowling Tournament.
My answer would be: Corduroy is to Polyester what Stone is to Scissors, which must make w-knit suitable for a Bag.
> Dearest Mountie. Some information i found on the internet. See you after the Lawn Bowling Tournament, over a Pimm's, perhaps?
> Uncle Tweed
> a short summary of what Uncle Tweed gathered at the abovementioned URLs:
> Weft - Yarn used for the woof.
> Pile - Soft, thick textured fabrics such as terry, corduroy and velvet, resulting from changing tension in the warp to create loops. Corduroy and velveteen are samples of cut filling pile fabrics; velvet is an example of a cut warp pile fabric while Turkish toweling or Terry cloth is an uncut pile material. Also a name for an inconvenient disease.
> Acrylic - A man made fiber in which the fiber forming substance is any long chain synthetic polymer composed of at least 85% by weight of acrylonitrile units. Basic building blocks are natural gas and air. Makes you sweat, but not as much as Polyester.
> W-Knit Pile Surface is as far as I am aware a phrase used by customs and excise to classify a type of acrylic fabric that you can import freely to Canada.
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