100% cotton 14W corduroy fabric 16*16 66*128 for garments,kids garment, bags and hats, coat, pants
|Fabric Characteristics||High strength, stiff and smooth, texture ,fashion, environmentally friendly|
|Available Color||Khaki, etc.|
|Density Instruction||Finished Fabric Density|
|Delivery Port||Any port in China|
|Packing||Rolls, fabrics length less than 30 yards are not acceptable.|
|Min order quantity||5000 meter per color,5000 meter per order|
|Supply Ability||300,000 meters per month|
|End Use||Coat, Pants, Outdoor Garments, etc.|
|Payment Terms||T/T in advance, LC at sight.|
|Shipment Terms||FOB, CRF and CIF, etc.|
This fabric can meet GB/T standard, ISO standard, JIS standard, US standard. All the fabrics will be 100 percent inspected before shipment according to American four point system standard.
What different types of corduroy fabric are there?
There are a few distinct subtypes of corduroy, and there is also one type of non-corduroy corded fabric you should know about:
1. Standard corduroy
Standard corduroy fabric has 11 wales per inch. If a piece of corduroy fabric has anywhere between 8 and 13 wales per inch, it is usually still considered to be standard corduroy.
2. Elephant cord
Named for the distinctive folds in an elephant’s skin, this type of corduroy has very large, thick cords. Elephant cord fabric can have a wale number anywhere between 1.5 and 6.
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1. Pinwale corduroy
The opposite of elephant cord, pinwale corduroy features a large number of tiny ridges in every square inch. Some of the finest forms of pinwale corduroy can feature up to 21 wales per inch.
2. Pigment-dyed corduroy
This special corduroy dyeing process results in a mottled appearance that becomes more distinct with each washing. Most types of corduroy fabric are pigment-dyed.
3. Spandex corduroy
Textile manufacturers can combine cotton, poly blend, and wool corduroy with spandex to produce a stretchy corduroy fabric. Children’s garments commonly feature spandex corduroy.
4. Bedford cord
Bedford cord is an American fabric with a similar weave to corduroy. However, the pile yarns in bedford cord remain uncut, resulting in ridges that are less prominent.