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The Difference Between Lining And Lining

May 16, 2018

The difference between the interlining and the lining is that we know that not only the interlining, but also the lining, is attached to the inner layer of the garment (shoulder, sleeve, collar, waist, hem, etc.), while the interlining fabric and lining are two completely different clothing accessories. There was a history of replacing lining cloth with Chen Li before. In the future, after human research and development, there may be lining linings or lining linings. However, in essence, the difference between linings and linings is totally different clothing accessories.

The difference between lining and lining

The difference between interlining and lining can be divided into four major categories:

First, the material difference

The classification of interlining fabrics is based on the classification of basic fabrics: general organic fabrics, non-woven fabrics, wool fabrics, and knitted fabrics.

The lining base fabric as a whole is smoother, finer, lighter, and softer than the lining cloth. It is mainly divided into natural fiber linings, regenerated cellulose fiber linings, and synthetic fiber linings. The main types include wax feathers, feather yarns, and human silk twills.

Interlining fabrics are processed according to the different requirements of garments on interlining fabrics. For example, woven fusible interlinings are based on fabrics as the base fabric. After the pre-treatment and after-treatment, different coating methods are selected according to different specifications, through the coating machinery. The thermoplastic polymer compound (hot melt adhesive) is heat-fixed on the surface of the base fabric. The lining does not have such a process, but only processes such as spinning and weaving as well as fabric pretreatment and finishing (eg, color).

Second, the use of the difference

The use of lining cloth is very different due to different functions and categories. For clothing, it applies to various types and functions of different types, and the use of different parts, the use of different linings, such as body parts: predecessor, sideways , noodles, collar parts, etc., local reinforcing parts: back shoulders, cuffs, bag pocket covers, etc.

The lining is generally used only for garments, and is basically used only for garments. The area and area of use are limited by the structure of the garment and the variety of unlined garments. The main part of the lining is the reverse side (beauty and beauty), bagging, and padding of the fabrics to be covered. Material parts, such as the predecessor, the back, and the inside of the sleeve.

Third, the difference between the use of methods

The use of the lining cloth varies depending on the texture, type, function, and location of the clothing. Generally, the lining cloth can be divided into a complete adhesive method and a temporary adhesive seam coating method, and the lining cloth is directly attached to the inner side of the garment fabric by the above method and is completely adhered. Legitimately simplifies the processing technology and functions as a "sticky seam".

Lining covers and other accessories are not exposed. In use, only quilting (hand-sewn or sewn) is generally used to connect with the fabric. The position of the lining and interlining in the garment structure is: the fabric is outside, the interlining is centered, and the lining is included.

Fourth, the use of the difference

Appropriate use of interlining fabrics is unreasonable for other accessories. When garments rely solely on templates, fabrics, and design and cutting technology, they cannot achieve the ideal surface curves, contours, conformal shape and stiffness, and interlining fabrics can make up for the shortcomings in this area. Summarized as: "modeling, reinforcing and conformal" three basic functions.

The lining can impart a slippery feel to the outerwear and the suit, reduce the friction with the underwear, and cover the use of the lining cloth and the bag cloth.

In addition. Interlining mainly tests shrinkage, peel (bonding) strength, base fabric fastness, handle, odor, yellowing, leakage and other indicators; lining main test shrinkage, color fastness, finish, wrinkle recovery, wear Sex and other indicators. The test indicators and focus of the two are different.